A cute atmosphere and worth the wait to get in. We had a caprese salad, eggplant parmesan, the pesto ravioli, and a grilled steak for two of us.
The caprese was properly oiled/salted (the bland caprese is the bane of many Roman restaurants, I find), with just enough basil to balance out the flavors. The eggplant parmesean was the real standout of our first course. It was impeccable. Don't expect any pasta served with it, Americans, it's spectacular without, and I'm not a big eggplant lover.
The ravoli was delicious, and I normally don't like pesto, either- what can I say, it was an experimental meal. The pesto was heightened by the quality of the olive oil... Apparently I need to find a place with higher-quality ingredients stateside. The steak was quite red in the middle but cooked through and tender. We were pleased with the food and the service, which was attentive by Roman standards.
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