I just ate a tasteless sliced beef here and I don't recommend this food to anyone. Lasagna is average, not bad.
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After spending the morning at the Coloseum and Forum Romanun - we stumbled on to this restaurant. The service was Ok. The pizza was good. The wine was expensive.
First of all, I asked the guy if they had "melanzane alla parmigiana" before coming inside and he said yes. Once we were seating and had one drinks etc he tells me that they don't do that and I had to order a pizza. Too...More
We had breakfast here on our first morning in Rome. Nice coffee/juice/pastries, good location and pleasant people - but very expensive. As it was our first meal we had nothing to compare it to: it turned out to be almost 3 times any of our...More
I am very surprised to see that this establishment has received so many horrible reviews. My husband and 1 year old some stopped here for lunch on a Wednesday between 12:30-1:30pm. We were passing by on the sidewalk and noticed a lot of people outside...More
Me and a family of 6 went in just for a few simple pizzas. The pizza was not bad and it was not that busy, but not only did we wait for 40mins for it, we had to cut the pizzas ourselves, where as the...More
We visited for breakfast. The food was good, the portions were quite enough. The prices are not much higher than anywhere else.
This easy access spot is quaint but certainly uses its location to its advantage. My son and I had a cup of tea and an espresso plus what was advertised as a small pastry dish. The total was 38 Euro. Too high priced for what...More
We were in Rome for a week before taking a cruise and found this place walking by. It was by far the best place we ate in Rome. It was so good that once we got off the cruise ship, we took the shuttle back...More
Please do yourself a favour and avoid this place. Not only that this place serve old microwaved food, the waiter/owner of the cafe is extremely rude and dishonest. They charge double of what they quote on the menu and when questioned, when I questioned this,...More