I was taken here for a set menu lunch on a One Traveller holiday to Rome, so this review may not accurately reflect all aspects of this restaurant.
The primo was rigatone with a tasty sauce of pancetta, cheese and olive oil. The main was decent sized slices of pork served with salad. Generous quantities of both courses were provided with the option of having extra once everyone in the group had been served. However the waiter admitted that the dessert was a viennetta, a disappointing and surprising choice for a country that has so much good quality ice cream and other dessert recipes.
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