it's the heart of the town where now it's full of coffee bar, tea room and wine bar where tourist like spend most of the time....
il cuore della città dove si trovano i più famosi caffè, tea room e wine bar e dove ai turisti piace trascorrere il tempo
I always bring a back pack for days in Rome. Walking around Rome can get very hot and so I always carry water in there. What ever season you are there, comfortable shoes are a must!! You need to walk in this city or you will miss so many of it's pleasures. Around every corner there is another one waiting for you. I have never had any problem getting any general toiletries, but do check, before you get here, about any medicines you may need.
There are a few stalls dotted around Rome which are all linked and sell exactly the same things. 15 postcards for a Euro, models of the statue of David and the colloseum. Even though they are linked and not great they still good value for money.
Fine italian cuisine and not expensive !!!!
Delicious tastes all !!!!Multi variety antipasti buffet (10euros, but one time serve),nice pastas ,pizza,scallopini a lot,fishes......Dont miss to try "fiori di zucchini con mozzarela or pecorino"(i love that plate), ravioli con gorgonzola,scallopini con limone e vino(with lemon and wine),and many more..... For the dessert,dont miss Tiramisu with zamballione cream!!!!!!!magic,but its a desaster for for fitness.Hey!! only for one time you have to try it.!!all first courses 10euros,second courses 11-13euros,and desserts 7-9euros.i find it less expensive than others
restaurants in town and better taste by far.Personnel are kind and quick service.,also nice linen tableware FRETE.Every time i visit Rome ,i will eat there,at least twice.
Restaurants on piazza Navona are more expensive and the food is touristic.
also dont forget to try italian ice cream,unusual tastes,very nice presentation.
Peruvian Dining in Rome
The restaurant is kinda off the center but I do believe that it's frequented by a lot of locals (Peruvians) in the area. The place is found in the building basement and has enough space for big groups.
I bet most of the customers are either Peruvians or Spanish-speakers as when we entered from the moment the waiter greeted us in Spanish and continued to blabber in Spanish thinking that we were locals. I just don't know if I looked more like a Peruvian or that they are used to having Spanish-speaking clients. Or simply I thought it was part of the "guise" to make the place authentically Peruvian.
In the end I begged that the waiter speak some Italian as I ran out of Spanish while ordering our food.
A show band by the way plays latin american rythms on weekend nights. Peruvian food reminded me of Filipino dishes such as their chapas and rice which my friend had while I settled for a plate of Peruvian-style calamares (squid) and gamberoni (shrimps). What took me by surprise was their tartar dressing which was just so yummy, something I have not tasted in ages. That was something.
Plus, one should not underrate their house special antipasto. It was a combination of a lot of things which I highly recommend.
They are close on Tuesdays.