My boyfriend and I stumbled across this place on a packed Saturday night in Trastevere. Our first night in Rome, we had arrived from Firenze and the Cinque Terre experiencing phenomenal, freshly prepared Italian cuisine. I am apprehensive to try a restaurant off the street after our dinner here. Filled with locals, we gave it a shot considering the extensive Roman menu. After ordering, I noticed our waitress was extremely busy. Being a server in New York City, I can empathize with the stress the business can endure. We ordered a liter of the house wine and a bottle of sparkling water. After twenty minutes, our drinks had not arrived, during which point I noticed a table that had ordered after us were receiving their first courses. I had to remind our server about our drinks, which she then promptly brought (yet she only brought a half liter of wine which I tried to correct but she insisted I ordered). She told us the pasta courses were portioned for one person, which two could have easily shared. They were ok. Our main courses consisted of veal and chicken, about which our comments to each other referenced Chef Boyardee (which may be a little harsh). I think the wait in the beginning offset the whole meal, but it definitely will not be remembered as phenomenal like our previous dining experiences in Italy. Skip this place.
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