We have been to this trattoria previously, and the food was excellent again, served by the same waiter 2 years later. It's a busy place, so don't count on special treatment. The more local and Italian you are, or speak at least a bit of Italian, the better service you'll get, but they don't necessarily dislike tourists, just have to be open- minded and blend in. The food and wine is classic, nothing extraordinary, but well prepared and tasty.
My biggest disappointment this time was that I was artfully ripped- off by the cashier lady at the end. I left a 5 EUR note for the waiter at the table, because we liked everything. Our bill was 66 EUR, I gave the cashier 70 EUR. While I was distracted looking at their business card, she was holding 55 EUR in her hand, and demanding another 10 EUR, saying that would be enough, forget the 1 EUR.
I knew I only had brand new 10 and 20 bills left in my wallet: there is no way I could have given her 55. I did not argue, but it made us feel a little bitter, not the first time ripped off in Rome, and probably not the last...
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