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is a fixed menù, if you choose, complete and plentiful. Then,
during this 30 years a pair of classics has remained the favorite of
the clientele: homemade fettuccine and breast of veal. Very simple desserts
and house wine presented as "dei Castelli".
dito e la luna
is the Mediterranean flavor, Sicilian to be exact, of the populous quarter
of San Lorenzo. Three well furnished rooms, each with a small blackboard
indicating the menù of the day. The atmosphere is that a Parisian
bistro with embroidered curtains on the French doors opening out onto
the street and small tables. The wine list is almost as complete as
those of wine cellars.
cicala e la formica
The cuisine is "semi - mediterranean" with plenty of vegetables and no fish.
the parliament building, in the midst of the shopping district, this
locale moves right along judiciously, insisting on a legitamate Abruzzese
- Roman cuisine without following prey to seductions of the sirens of
fashion. Wine list compiled with expertise.
Osteria al Vecchio Pegno
Osteria del Gallo
nice days the tables outside this locale in the refined Baroque square,
cut in half by Via dei Coronari, you will find elegant and secluded
tranquillity. regarding the cooking, it is not fancy but skilled and
covers all the fashionable Roman dishes. Wine list well completed.
del Velodromo vecchio
This small joint in the outskirts is eager to recover lost Roman recipes. The menù is written on a small blackboard at the entrance, on the walls there are photographs of Fausto Coppi, frescoes of the Appian Way and Piazza di Spagna. Fair choice of wines.
Piazza dei Sanniti is the hub of the plebeian quarter of San Lorenzo, and in the center of the hub is tis locale. Always the same, faithful to three generations of inkeepers and restaurant managers. In the driver seat we have Anna and Aldo Bravi, experts in making their dishes, most of which are made with the home - grown ingredients of the family farm. Reassuring, genuine Roman cooking. That is why Pasolini, De Chirico and Guttuso were regular customers here.
Very close to the tram lines, from which it gets its name, this is a small fashionable restaurant that attracts both intellectuals and workers. The service is courteous and friendly, with a menù that includes all the traditional dishes. The wine list is very interesting and the markup reasonable.