Our friends who live in Rome organized dinner here on our last night in the city. We were a mix of adults and kids, so we ordered a variety of food--excellent antipasti, and then our main courses. We had several types of hams and cheeses, flatbreads, and artichokes (in season), and then I had a delicious lasagna. I am not sure whether we had room for dessert! The location is cozy, with huge candles covered in wax drippings. The restaurant is owned by a famous soccer player, so there are many, many pictures of soccer matches all over the place--a draw for kids and adults alike. Service was friendly and attentive.
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