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This restaurant was great. The shrimp salad was wonderful! I wish they would have sat us inside but we didn’t have a reservation. Service was great. The pastas were good. Definitely will go back but sit inside with a reservation.
The location was perfect, and from the outside the restaurant looked very classy but cosy within.
The staff were very friendly, however we had to ask for water three times and we waited about fifteen minutes for a single glass of wine - by which...time the steak was cold.
The food was a mixed bag. The aubergine and parmesan starter was absolutely amazing, but the steak had about an inch of fat around it and instead of being medium rare, was completely rare in the middle. The wine was also poor.
On top of this, the prices were very high.
We were very surprised that our experience was so poor given the reviews and the price of the items on the menu. Disappointing.More
We arrived in Rome late and following a quick visit to the Trevi Fountain were looking for somewhere to escape the crowds and sample Roman cuisine. Given that it was 11pm we weren’t confident this was possible. We found this gem of a restaurant, who...provided us with a table inside their gorgeous baroque restaurant. Our waitress couldn’t have been more helpful, explaining the menu, making great recommendations and providing us with a wonderful first experience of Roman dining. The food (recommend trying the carbonara and the cacio e pepe, pasta made in-house) was sensational. The wine list is extensive and high-quality and the staff are on hand to make recommendations. We shared a tiramisu for sweet, and would return time and again for this alone. The dessert is plated at the table by the waiting staff and is easily the best tiramisu we’ve ever tasted. Despite the late hour we were never rushed and always attended to. It was a meal that will live long in the memory - next time we visit we will be making time to dine again at this wonderful restaurant. We would recommend this restaurant to anyone considering visiting Rome and can’t wait to return.More
This is located near the Pantheon (1/2 mile north) and is very large with a well air conditioned indoor (just great fir getting out of the heat). And THAT is only thing going for them.
Bathroom - even if you are dining there you still...have to pay to use it.
Servers- we were sat, took a while for someone to say anything at all to us after. Finally got drinks and could order. Food came quickly, thank goodness because our server literally never came back. We tried to get her attention and she ignored us. We had to go find someone to get our check.
Food- mediocre and disapointing.
FYI- You have to pay 3 euros per person for service.
Skip this restaurant, there are PLENTY who want the business, treat you kindness and you'd be OK paying a service fee just NOT here.More
We had dinner here. It was fabulous. The staff are very professional and knowledgeable about the offings.
I had oysters followed by monkfish ossobuco , my wife had tuna tartare and food gras . Both were excellent. I would recommend this place without reservation
We were recommended this restaurant by some friends who are in the business, like ourselves.
I seldom leave a bad review unless it's really bad.
Unfortunately, we experienced not a nice experience in this very busy restaurant where the owner is anonymous and left to...the staff who simply dont really care for the welfare of customers irrespective.
The food was ok, not exceptional but expensive. That's ok as they had lit of staff in prime location and somebody has to pay for it.
Our problem started when a waiter unfortunately and by an accident knocked over our bottle of wine on the floor and at the same time knocked my water glass over and spilling the water all over me. Not a word of apology or replaced the water which incidentally was very expensive 4.50 for 50cl. The wine bottle was simply replaced on the table having been taken away. When I questioned that the half the content was on the floor, they offered to replace with a fresh bottle or keep the original bottle for a discount. To argue the toss, I decided the simplest thing would be to replace the bottle as I knew it would be difficult to agree on the discount.
Next, one of my dishes was simply awful, the waiter came to check, I said ' not what I expected!' To which he said he would replace the dish, this would mean it's free. This was charged as well.
Bill came without requesting it from.us, that's fine they are busy and probably need the table.
I paid the bill in full and asked to speak the manager who was equally dismissive of the situation.
Support family run restaurant wherever you go as they do ho the extra mile unlike these type of very hyped of place.
I certainly will be not recommending this place to anyone.
By the way, the bill was not a small one.More
We stumbled upon this restaurant while walking the city and could not have been more pleased. A wonderful atmosphere with plants and greenery as we as fans to keep you cool in the heat. Our waiter Daniele walked us through the menu and led us...on an amazing wine progression through our meal. I would recommended this restaurant to anyone looking for amazing food and attentive service, very close to the sites to see.More
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A non-stop photo and souvenir opportunity, Trevi is all about action. From early morning through the wee hours, the piazza surrounding Trevi Fountain hosts a never-ending flow of tourists hoping to make a wish or take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming gelaterias, uncanny bars, kitsch shops, and a range of hotels make up the local landscape. Beneath the bustle are the remains of an ancient neighbourhood that you
can visit by heading over to a repertoire cinema and asking for a peek underground. There is something for everyone, but if peace and quiet are what you seek, plan to visit in the early morning hours.