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really good restaurant, with good food, good taste and smell, even if you want somthing not in the card or somthing special because you do not eat this or this , they will check and they will come up with a good food ! i...realy enjoyed this dinner with my freind, the food was giod and the service as well, we have been served by Emilson, he was very professional and kind to us, thank you for this nice dinerMore
We visited here on our first night after reading reviews and it did not disappoint. Everything from our waitress to the pasta to the wine was impeccable, the ragu was too die for! We sat at a table outside on the lovely cobbled street, it...was a perfect setting! Visit here for incredible Italian food and friendly serviceMore
This is the best italian restaurant I have ever eaten. The food here is excellent, everything we tried was delicious. Our favorite was the Carbonara we had never had pasta Carbonara taste like this before. Hands down the best there is. Thank you chef for...the wonderful food!!More
Delightful Testaccio neighborhood gathering spot Dined with a few friends on a recent stay in Roma having been recommended to us, newer space, bright and spacious, away from the tourist traps and so worth the time to get there. Outstanding Roman pasta dishes and awesome...looking pizza . I indulged on a veal dish better than Mia Zia made . Good wine list and welcoming service. If I lived in Rome, I would be a regularMore
After a couple nights dining in central rome we were lookkng for a more local experience and recommendatoons pointed us to try Tavernaccia da Bruno, so after our fun time at Escape Room in Trastavere had made reservations for a short walk away to give...it a try, with my wife and 13 year old daughter.
Everything, from the staff, our primary server was Emilson, a absolutely charming and efficient manner with a smile the entire time. The food, in a word was amazing...had the suggested meat and cheese starter, three pastas, all amazing and of course the suckling pig, wow...so much amazing food and they were all so accommodating to bring plates to share, and well, in a word, perfect evening! Prices and quality well worth a 13 euro taxi to escape central Rome to mix with mostly locals and few other savvy visitors.
Thank you all, especially Emilson..we will return!More
We went here as a result of a recommendation in the Times and weren't disappointed. It's friendly, welcoming and family run, so personal service was really good. Lovely freshly cooked food was delicious, first time eating pasta with wild boar! We gave the hostess a...copy of the Times review and she told the chef who came out to say thank you.More
We had a long list of must-try restaurants for our trip to Rome but after dinner at La Tavernaccia at the start of our week we made another reservation for our last night and it was just as good. The charming servers were helpful and...very informed about the excellent wine list (specializing in natural wines) and helped us pick the perfect bottle both visits. On our hit list: Bruschetta with lardo and honey, the best burrata we had in Rome (get it with anchovies, you won't regret it), suckling pig, a delicious amatriciana, the white bolognese with boar and eggplant Parmesan. Do NOT miss the divine pistachio cake-- so light and nutty-- who needs tiramisu? And an aged grappa for dessert. This place is a favorite of locals and visiting foodies for a very good reason. Highly recommend!More
We literally just walked in but right on the opening time of 1930 I believe. I know were lucky to be seated but I would say the staff had no problem understanding us and are very obliging. Email is likely the best way to be... More
We literally just walked in but right on the opening time of 1930 I believe. I know were lucky to be seated but I would say the staff had no problem understanding us and are very obliging. Email is likely the best way to be sure but definitely try to eat there, it was very good.