The best gricia and cavil e pepe! A delightful find and great atmosphere in a rustic setting! This will be one of our go-to restaurants!
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Probably the best restaurant I have eaten in while I was in Italy. Great food, quality, service and price. The owner is very nice as well as the people serving you. Highly recommendable!👌 🔝🔝🔝. Not touristic but they welcome tourist in a very sweet way.
In a town full of fish restaurants ,we wanted some meat restaurants. Recommended by a local on via Roma They have an English menu We did not book as we eat by 8 ish not Italian time 2 waiters spoke good English House red in...More
We had tried to get a table on Sunday, but we should have booked. So we went Tuesday and there was plenty of room. The service was attentive, and the menu had a good range of antipasti, primo and secondo. A tempting range of dolci...More
Authentic, traditional Roman cuisine, great cozy spot in the middle of town. Good service. We enjoyed our meat and cheese platter with salami, warm meat- head cheese, pepperoni, and 3 cheeses; Pecorino & 2 other cheeses. The region Italian wedding soup, oxtail stew was excellent...More
My friend & I went there TWICE last week Really excellent porchetta (yes there was a lot of fat on it but having taken that off there was still a vast amount of meat) A pork chop has never tasted so good -Friend had first...More
We were there for lunch and we were disappointed of the food and service. We ordered a mixed salad, but the tomatoes were green not red, absolutely tasteless. The pork(main course) was very salty and had a lot of fat.The pasta was ok. The service...More
On a hot summer day this was a pleasant location for a quiet unpretentious lunch of spaghetti with mussels and clams. Plenty of bread provided.
If you enjoy Roman cuisine, you'll love Osteria Nonna Maria. The decor is warm and inviting, the service was quite good, and the food was excellent. For lunch we had grilled endive, fried artichokes, delicious porchetta, a good local red wine and for dessert limoncello....More
The place looked pleasant and I also liked it, when I stepped inside. A ceiling of planks supported by beams; wine bottles on one side of the wall, old black and white photographs of Roman monuments on the other side. I was alone there at...More