A local cheapie but food very much reflects the price. Pasta had egg curdled through it, mozzarella and meatballs had large portions but were tasteless. Lively neighbourhood spot but not our best meal in Rome!
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We had dinner here and arrived just in the nick of time before the crowd hit. It appeared many locals dined here which made for great dining. Traditional meat and cheese tray was very good with delicate fresh mozzarella. Pasta with peas and mushrooms was...More
Da Tonino is a small cozy eatery with respectable local Roman food. Space was tight but we enjoyed meeting the couple sitting next to us (right next to us). I mixture of adventurous tourists and locals. A good meal for reasonable price.
My sister and I ate here twice during our stay. This is a nice little restaurant w/ great food at great prices. The place is small and you will be in tight quarters. The waiters are nice and fast. I had the beef rolls at...More
Saw reviews and decided to check it out. They do NOT take reservations so get there on the early side, maybe 7-7:30. Warmly greeted and seated and appreciated the wait staff not automatically reverting to English when I spoke Italian. Ordered a salad, pasta with...More
Friendly neighborhood restaurant with great food. Incredible meatballs and delicious home made pastas. surprised by how reasonable the prices were, especially for the quality, Recommended by a local, and you will see why!
I came here for the first time about 7 years ago and had the best pasta with eggplant. I came to Rome 3-4 times after that but each time they were closed (they would close for the month of August). Finally this year I went...More