There is no menu to speak of- the old lady who runs the place rattles off a few dishes, 3 pastas, 3 secondi, and 3 contorni, and that's it. The food is hearty, simple, and good- real Italian (or rather, Roman) homestyle cooking.
The prices are low, and the setting, outside with a view of the tower and the park is great. For a more fancy experience, the son of the lady runs a restaurant upstairs which offers a more sophisticated dining experience.
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