We were recommended to have dinner here by our local tour guide who grew up in Rome for traditional Roman cuisine. It’s been open for over 100 years and it appeared to be quite popular with the locals. The artichoke, lamb chops and gnocchi w/ref sauce were the highlights. We found the three pasta dishes to be average at best vs. what we have eaten the last few nights. Very good service and they spoke english well.
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