Da Giggetto has been offering diners a million-dollar location for years and years in one of the most atmospheric corners of the Ghetto, but frankly, the quality of the food vs the price made me swear last time it would be our last. it's just not worth it -- plus the servers and hostess are almost invariably rude, and act as if they are doing you a favor by finding you a seat . yes they have wonderful deep-fried fried artichokes and zucchini-flowers -- but let's get real, so do many other eating establishments in Rome. we found the spaghetti alle vongole indifferent -- ditto the carabonara and lamb dish. you can eat well, but there is little exceptional except for the location -- so if you're going for it, make sure it's warm and you get a table outside or opening to the outdoors.
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