Roggi seems to have been around since the year dot. The menu, traditional Tuscan plus pizza, seems never to have changed either. The cooking is mainly competent though glitches aren't uncommon. Which may be down to the fast turnover. Roggi isn't a place to relax during a meal. A next course can arrive before you've finished the last one. Outdoor dining in summer affords lovely views which you don't get to appreciate till after the meal. Service is brisk - just to underline the point - and friendly enough and the value is reasonable. It wouldn't take a lot to lift Roggi's standards but I fear everything about the place is unchanging.
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