Despite the well known rivalry between the two capitals of Italy, the Milanese have recently been conquered by this (the only one in town) trattoria ... More
Giulio Pane e Ojo
Despite the well known rivalry between the two capitals of Italy, the Milanese have recently been conquered by this (the only one in town) trattoria Romana. Long queues along the sidewalk will show you the way to Pane e Ojo entrance(Bread and Oil in Roman slang). But remember to book well in advance, then prepare to experience all the classic dishes of the Eternal City: Pappardelle, Abbacchio (lamb) etc. Reasonable prices.
After a walk down the alley from the main restaurant, we were guided to the new dining room. It was small, cozy, and not as crowded as the front. This restaurant serves wonderful food and the ambiance of the new dining room is unbeatable.
The food, wine and service was wonderful. We had a large party and the waiter was very attentive and polite.
Try the liqueur known as "Margherita di Roma". It is an aged, smooth, and delicious licorice (anise) flavored after dinner drink.
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