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We visited on a Saturday night. Warned by the many reviews we anticipated a crowded and loud place, packed with restaurant guests and waiters running around. Which was fine and we enjoyed it since it's characteristical for the type of venue. We did not enjoy the food and the service however. I had a Antipasti della Casa, a combination of... 更多
Right in the middle of Trastevere, Cacio & Pepe is a classic Roman Osteria, serving local food. It's in the heart of a well-known food-touristic-place (if you don't eat here, another one will..) Interior are classic for the area; when inside, as a tourist you will feel like a Roman citizen enjoy a dinner. It's an average restaurant place, average... 更多
If you like local food to taste, this restaurant is right choice. Because of popularity among tourists and locals, very often is crowded. We were there several times and every time we should wait for a free table, but friendly staff will not let you stay without being able to dine. It is worth waiting for bucatini all'amatriciana or classical... 更多
Very cosy restaurant with a mix of tourists and locals. Try their ravioli with ricotta or their special which are spaghetti with seafood cooked in aluminum foil. And if the waiter likes you, he will offer you a glass of his special limoncello which is delicious.
We started with an appetizer suggested by our very exuberant waiter. It turned out it was a plate of deep fried vegetables and cheese, which was great (just not what we expected). Then with wine, and bread the dinner continued. Our waiter suggested that he would give us all a sample of their most popular dishes (cacio e pepe and... 更多