This heaving neighbourhood trattoria serves up a menu of competently done Roman staples and pizzas.
When it’s busy (and it almost always is), this heaving neighbourhood trattoria is the loudest and most crowded space in the whole of Rome. It isn’t the place for a romantic tête-à-tête, nor for gourmet dining, but it is cheap, lively and handy for the Colosseum. And the menu’s range of Roman staples and pizzas is competently done, though expect the service to be a little erratic. The outdoor tables operate all year round.
Via di S. Giovanni in Laterano, 88
|Opening hours:||Open noon- midnight Mon, Tue, Thur-Sun. Closed 2 weeks Aug.|
|Price:||Two courses plus wine €20-€40|