This large multi-level restaurant on the corner of via Toscana and via Campania is located right in the heart of the tourist accommodation area in the north-east of the old Roman city. Its convenience however, is a bit of a trade-off in terms of the eating experience. Unfortunately because of the significant distances they had to cover, the waiters were rushed off their feet even though they tried hard. I had to separately ask for bread, olive oil, menu and the wine list. The pizza bread came out straight from the oven, hot and flat but not particularly flavourful. For the antipasto, the prosciutto was nice but I have had better elsewhere. The fresh buffalo milk mozzarella however was particularly good. The bucatini amatriciana was slightly too hot (spicy) which overwhelmed other flavours in the meal. The red wine, a Nero d’Avola, was luscious and smooth. A nice covered outdoor area in this district is a good start - some more attention needs to be paid on the delivery of the experience.
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