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“What a wonderful place!! ”

Enoteca Amor Divino
Ranked #10 695 of 13 972 Restaurants in Rome
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: After-hours
Neighbourhood: Vatican / Borgo
Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

After an exhausting tour of the Vatican City we chanced upon this wonderful little place. The knowledge and friendliness of the owner was second to none. His recommendations were spot on. The beer, wine and tapas were amazing! You must try the toasted goats cheese with cinnamon and honey- just fantastic!! Thanks for a lovely afternoon.
Also forgot to say the music was fab, decor cosy and interesting and the Charlie Chaplin film playing in the background a nice touch!

Date of visit: November 2017
Thank judegazza
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

We stumbled upon this place just blocks from our apartment near the Vatican. We were looking for a good place for pre-dinner drinks and the sound of Frank Sinatra and an adorable collie brought us in. Its set up like a small town college dive bar with old couches, board games and used books on the shelves, and friendly, first name basis staff. We ordered the sangria which was delicious and enjoyed a few rounds of drinks. They specialize in tartare and the waiter was a little pushy about us ordering some, but when we finally relented I have to tell you it would have been a shame if we hadn't, the beef was absolutely amazing and the table was pretty much silent until we finished. I noticed other reviews that complained about paper plates and plastic cups but we enjoyed glasses like every other place in Rome. If not for a drink, at least stop by to say hello to the beautiful collie that greats people at the door and works as a surrogate host!

Date of visit: October 2017
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

Found this wonderful place by chance as our restaurant was not opened for 45 minutes.
What a find! Great atmosphere. Knowledgeable staff. Best tasting beer in Roma!
Didn't try the food as we were going out for dinner.
Leaving tomorrow. Wished we found this sooner!
Next time in Rome we'll be stopping here for a drink or two!

Date of visit: February 2017
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Thank TheYoungones123123
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Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

After a long haul around the Vatican museum and Sistine chapel we ventured onto Borgo Pio street hearing Frank Sinatra coming out of this little quaint bar we decided to go in for a quick chianti. After a couple of Chiantis we had a couple of white sangrias which were the best. Spent a couple of hours sitting in this bar listening to Ol blue eyes and the gang drinking away. Highlight of a fantastic day in Rome.

The service was top class

Date of visit: October 2016
Thank Perthgaz
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Reviewed 11 September 2016

Our 1st choice for dinner was closed for vacation. We found this as it was near our hotel. It was very interesting.... older eclectic music, interesting décor etc. This is not a touristy place and there is no pasta on the menu. While we were given the menu, the owner sat at our table and explained what he offered. It was very different and we decided to try it. We had steak tartare, some toasted appetizers and wine. The steak was cold, cut into cubes and soaked in a marinade over arugula. Never had raw meat before, it was ok, but not a huge fan. The bruschetta was with gorgonzola cheese and dates. That tasted good, but the bread was very hard. Food was served on paper plates. While we were in Italy we learned about how many establishments are not giving official receipts through their cash register, pocketing the money under the table and jilting the country out of the taxes owed. We were talking about that when we asked for the bill and low and behold our "bill" was brought, hand written on the back of a paper placemat!! I also thought the prices were high. This was an interesting place, but maybe just not for me.

Date of visit: August 2016
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Thank salachic
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