Stuff is friendly and welcoming. Food is superb. Not very expensive(9-10 euro lasagna) nice music, fancy chairs and atmosphere.
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We visited twice while staying in Borgo and both times the staff were lovely, very welcoming to English speakers, and served great snacks and platters for two tired tourists. The bathroom is clean and tidy and the music was good. We would go back in...More
We’re staying near the Vatican, and after wandering around the Castle D’angelo and the justice district, decided to quench our thirst. Up an alleyway, there was Makasar Bistro. It’s specialty is tea - dozens of varieties are available. But we were after something a little...More
Me and my boyfriend came here for food & drinks. I had the eggplant Parmesan & tiramisu which were both absolutely delicious. The atmosphere was lovely, so cozy and romantic music. Will definitely be back during our stay!
We had 2 wonderful dinners here and I’m sure if I were a local this would be my haunt! The food was excellent and the service was really nice. The atmosphere is cozy and classic at the same time. I’d recommend this place for couples...More
We stumbled upon this gem after leaving the Vatican Museums. We were looking for something off the beaten path and away from all the tourists, and we came to the perfect spot! The service was helpful and attentive. The bruschetta mini sampler was delicious and...More
Great service, great food and great atmosphere. We looked for a place to eat after a trip to the Vatican and were very lucky to find this place. It’s a magical and delicious little spot in Rome.
Fantastic salami and cheese platter, chicken wings, craft beer and desserts. Huge selection of teas. Would definitely recommend.
Amazing lasagne so close to the Vatican but away from all the crowds which is much needed after a visit to the Vatican