We visit the restaurant at our last night in Rome. The service is a bit slow but the overall experience is great The pasta and the ravioli were great but the pizza not so much, not enough mozzarella and a lot of tomato sauce. The...More
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We visited Trattoria de Giggi on our first night in Rome. We were so excited for traditional Italian food and were recommended this place by our airbnb host, but were left disappointed. The food was average- nothing special. There was also no pizza which was...More
never order a pizza, they are pathetic. My wife was slightly happier with pruciuto e melone. Service was slow and unfriendly.
We noticed the large Italian family coming out of Giggi at lunch time when we were having a beer across the road and thought if its good enough for them etc. We returned that evening and we appreciated it was more a locals eatery than...More
We might as well be honest from the outset: Rome has many great reasons to visit, but the food is not one of them. Stick to Naples, Bologna or Sicily if you want a great culinary experience. That said, when in Rome...you have to eat,...More
Everything was fantastic, the service, the atmosphere, and especially the food. The muscles were incredible and the pizza was light and delicious. I seriously cannot recommend this place enough. GO HERE!
If you are looking for an affordable local place minutes from the Spanish Steps and the Piazza Spagna, look no further than Trattoria Giggi. I was treated to a wonderful Saturday lunch by local some Italian friends. I enjoyed homemade gnocchi, local wine, and a...More
Beautiful little restaurant just around the corner from the Spanish steps & Via del Corso. Traditional cuisine & reasonably priced. Gorgeous service. Yes the decor might be a little dated, but who cares if the food & service are great. We visited twice.