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Family owned restaurant from more than 35 years with specialties from the Abruzzi area of Italy (where the owners originate from).
TIP: go early (i.e. before 8 pm) or make a reservation. Fills up very quickly.
Favorite Dish: Husband:
Pasta tonarello (THE Roman specialty)
Rigatoni a la carbonara
Scallopine di vitello al funghi porcini
Abruzzi: Excellent food
This is one of the most popular restaurants in Rome, and serves excellent food at reasonable prices. On the menu is a wide range of regional cuisine, including vitella tonnata con capperi and stracciatella. This restaurant is popular with locals and tourists, once you've been there, you'll keep comming back.
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Cucina Abruzzese: Good family restaurant
This restaurant was recommended by our guidebook and as it was close by, we decided to try it. It is very casual but the food is nice and there was a good selection on the menu. And our waiter was Gabriel Battistuta.
We ate here twice again on our most recent trip. For the most part, the food was very nice. The menu had many items that were not available and I would guess that is because the Italians eat only what is fresh and in season. And I think Signore Battistuta has gone back to playing football full time.
Favorite Dish: GF - antipasta: fried saltfish, primo: ravioli di suga, secondo: saltimbocca, dolce: charlotte cake. JF - antipasta: fiori di zucca (fried zucchini flowers), primo: spaghetti carbonara, secondo: veal cutlet with lemon, dolce: tiramisu'. Total price was L81000 including a ltr of wine and water.
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