We came across this restaurant on our way from Castel Sant’Angelo to The Trevi. Tucked away on a small road, Via di Monte Giordano 28, it looked typically rustic and there were a few locals under the awnings. The billboard outside offered Pizza/Pasta, side salad, bread and water all in for €12 which, by Rome standards seemed pretty reasonable.
Whilst not being exactly enthusiastic the service was competent and we ordered a Pizza and a spaghetti carbonara. The salad proved to be leaves with a few slices of tomato but the carbonara was as good as I have had anywhere, and a reasonable sized serving. Josephine ws less impressed with her pizza but she had been spoiled with the one form the evening before!
We ordered a couple of glasses of the house red, about which one could not complain at al,l and at €3 each was well within budget.
The owner was obviously well known as there was a trail of local businessmen and women calling in and chatting over beer or wine.
Whilst one could not say it is top of the range it certainly provided a pleasant meal at a reasonable price and one cannot complain about that. The loos were clean as well!