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"This is a wonderful restaurant with really good food and good service to go with it. The owner and his wife are very friendly and always ready to help out with suggestions and advice. The fish is fresh and really well prepared, they provide gluten free alternatives, and their desserts are delicious...". I see Mirto56 complained about a dog and the TV - well, he's obviously talking about some other place as the owners don't have a dog in the place, and there is no tv or local music playing! The restaurant is quiet and refined - this person must be mistaken, he obviously has the place mixed up with another one. Yes, they do allow dogs to come in with their owners, but that is the same of most Italian restaurants - dogs are allowed, they sit under the table and they are usually more well behaved than many of the diners and their kids! I don't understand what's wrong with bringing a dog into a "nice" restaurant if it's sitting quietly on the floor and not disturbing anyone.
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"Great atmosphere: felt like a cellar.
Great Service: Waitstaff were attentive & helpful in explaining and recommending dishes to us (table of 5). Kitchen & wait staff even stayed back to take our dessert orders & serve us although it was past their kitchen operating hours. Kitchen staff even wave..."d and smiled to us as they left for their afternoon break.
Great Food :We had entree, gnocchi(my favourite), pasta, two different soups and tried their housewine. The pasta sauces were flavoursome, pasta itself Al dente.
Great Value: When the bill came up (from memory, please check with restaurant)... Euro $7.50 for pasta, $4 for dessert (Crepe Suzette), $1.50 for house wine.
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"Siora Rosa is everything that we look for in a restaurant: a local institution (or at least supported by locals), not fussy, good service, excellent food, local specialties, and a casual atmosphere. We had our first meal in Trieste here and decided it would be perfect also for our last meal. We ate ..."in the "dining room", i.e. the table service area in the back. The front part, by the bar, is even more casual - but I'm sure every bit as good. The regional dishes were well represented, with many seasonal offerings. I don't think a stay in Trieste would really be complete without eating at Siora Rosa.
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