Not vegetarian friendly. Had one pasta and a couple of side dishes that were without meat. Yummy artichokes and potatoes with tomato sauce. I had the pasta with pecorino romano and pepper which was rich but delicious. My friend had the ground veal and boiled chicory greens which she said were average. We waited for 15 minutes which we saw as a good sign, that the restaurant was good quality. We found it a little price-y with a limited menu. However we did think that the food was authentic, no pizza or fixed menus here! Would recommend to those without dietary restrictions though! Definitely high quality pasta.
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