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Ciampini Ristorante: Turtle Garden
We stopped early for lunch at this restaurant overlooking Rome. It was originally named Cafe du Jardin and was a simple bar. In 1989, Marco Ciampini turned it into a restaurant and ice cream shop
Favorite Dish: My grandson is a picky eater like his mom. He liked pizza, steak and hamburger. Since pizza wasn't available, he ordered a cheeseburger, and fries, and it came with BBQ sauce. I knew he didn't want that for his fries, so I asked for catsup for him, and when he switched the little pot of BBQ sauce off his plate, it slopped all over the tablecloth. I had a chicken salad which was good. There was a 2 € charge for the bread, which my grandson mostly ate.
After we ate, I had a cup of coconut gelato. It would have been 6€ if I had it at the table, but if I took it out it was only 2€. I think Sandro was wary of my eating in the car, but he let me get in while I was still eating, and I put the cup in my bag so it wouldn't make the car messy
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