We had perfect dinner, ordered pasta and lasagna with wine and dessert with coffee. Everything was delicious, price was reasonable (around €50 for two). Definitely recommend this restaurant to taste homemade Italian food!
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Our hotel Due Torri front desk clerk recommended restaurant Le Segrete to us. We were very pleased with our $55 dinner for 4. We had sautéed mussels, lasagna, eggplant pamersan and 2 appetizers. Staff was extremely friendly and courteous Seating is both on the first...More
Amazing food - we stumbled on this restaurant while walking and trying to avoid a rain storm. We had the Le Segrete pizza as a starter. It was full of fresh ingredients and vegetables & thin crust. Our family of 4 (2 adults, 1 teenager...More
Had a quick meal here on our first night in Rome. We sat inside as couple of drops of rain were just starting to fall. Inside there is a small eating area & around us sat a few couples/families. We started with lovely tomato bruscetta...More
We were delighted to find this great ristorante with favorable reviews in TripAdvisor that we had to try it. And man were we pleasantly surprised!! Chef Lewis prepared such delicious meals including the special of the day which turned out to be a white lasagna...More
We really enjoyed eating in this small restaurant, nearby Piazza Navona. We were welcomed by Aldo, very nice and efficient waiter, so we came bask several times to try almost all their range of dish. Good artichoes alla giuida, well prepared sea bass, good pizza...More
My husband and I had an early dinner here. It is a cosy restaurant with seating upstairs and more downstairs. Service was excellent. I had homemade fettuccine with porcini mushrooms lightly sautéed in olive oil. Hubby had homemade spaghetti with olive oil and garlic. I...More