Enoteca Corsi, Rome

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    Wine shop at Enoteca Corsi
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    Unassuming entrance to Enoteca Corsi
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    Enoteca Corsi: only for lunch

    by abarbieri Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a very old and well known simple place, open only for lunch, located not far the Pantheon.
    The menu is always the same, but here you can really enjoy local recepies.
    This is the italian version of a fast food and the service can be occasionally rude if they need your table for someone waiting in line.
    Very simple decor, no wine list and no table cloth.
    Closed for dinner and on sunday

    Favorite Dish: This might be a full roman menu:
    Puntarelle olio, sale, pepe ed acciughe
    Bucatini all'Amatriciana
    Saltimbocca alla Romana
    Tarallucci al vino
    Caffe espresso

    Make some practice with your dictionary book to translate it and let me know!!

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    Enoteca Corsi: Great Lunch Near the Pantheon

    by Lacristina Updated Apr 11, 2006

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    This is the kind of place you think of when someone says, "I want to eat where the locals eat."

    Unless you're looking for it, you would probably walk right past the unassuming entry.

    VT member Abarbieri, who lives in Rome, introduced me to this wonderful restaurant. This is the kind of place that looks as if they haven't changed anything in 50 years. Thank goodness. It feels "real" because it is.

    Enoteca Corsi (enoteca means wine cellar or wine shop in Italian) has two rooms chock-a-block with tables, a plain but homey decor, and friendly (if harried) service. It is busy, noisy and fun!

    It is only open for lunch, and the menu is limited but good. Usually only 2-3 choices for primi (soup or pastas) and secondi (meat or fish). Very reasonable prices, and afterward, you can buy a reasonably priced wine, too.

    Favorite Dish: The menu changes. I've eaten artichokes Roman style, bean soup, pasta, and ossobuco, and they were all good.

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