Stopped for lunch before visiting Villa d’Este. Had the Pasta Amatriciana and Saltinbocca alla Romana. Fantastic!
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Our tour of Hadrian's villa and Tivoli included a stop here for lunch; we were not expecting such good food. Service was a bit rushed due to the influx of our group, but the meal was excellent.
Had a very enjoyable dinner here with a friendly host. Great gnocchi and a very enjoyable chicken dish and bruschetta and dessert.. Good wine and peaceful atmosphere.
I wonder where all the good reviews for this restaurant are coming from. Sorry tourists but this place is not recommended by an Italian who loves a good pasta...Cacio e Pepe was tasteless and believe me it does not take long to make a good...More
We had a lovely saturday night seated outside and came without reservation. The service was friendly, the pizza's Rustica and Verdure tasty and a glass of wine (Shiraz) made it all perfect. We didn't eat any desert as the pizzas were more than filling. The...More
We lunched here thanks to the convincing chatter of a waiter who was out "hunting" clients just down the street. They had what appeared to be a good menu with wide choices and my wife and I each chose different antipasti and pasta dishes. None...More
It was the evening of ferragosto, and all the better-rated places where booked up or closed that day, so I passed by this half-empty restaurant with some bad reviews and eyed the menu outside, and a guy came out immediately trying to get me inside,...More