This small restaurant run by Margherita serves old Roman cuisine with Jewish influences. There are dishes that are fixed for the various days of the ... More
This small restaurant run by Margherita serves old Roman cuisine with Jewish influences. There are dishes that are fixed for the various days of the week, common in Rome, such as anchovies with endives on Mondays, Rome-style tripe on Wednesdays, cod on Thursdays and Fridays, and chickpea puree on Friday. Lovely home-made flans. Good Velletri wine by the jug. Open only at lunchtime.
It is family owned and operated and you need to be a member to eat there (which really only means you have to fill out a membership card-which is free-but it helps them keep their prices low and still have the most amazing quality of pasta).
I had lunch here in early september. Great Fresh Pasta in a simple establishment. Not much bigger then a big Italian family's dining room. They have limited english. Probably one of the better meals I had during my 2 weeks in Italy. Hard place to find but well worth the effort.
If you are looking for good service and "ambience", well this is not the place for you. But if all you care is simple, tasty, authentic Roman food you must try Sora Margherita. And you will find out how a few but fresh ingredients can make a superb dish. Don't forget the artichokes!!!
Very popular with tourists and Italians who come from all parts of Rome. The young crowd calls it the 'morgue'
because of the marble tables and walls. Despite this, there is a lively, friendly atmosphere. The excellent pizzas can ...
After a walk through the fascinating streets of Trastevere, a lunch in a restaurant reminiscent of the Romanesque feel of
the banks of the Tiber will be very welcome. You can start with tagliolini with chicory and fish, then ...
The restaurant is run by Gabriele Graziani Calmieri who has 50 years of restaurant experience behind him. He runs this
with his sons in an 18th century building that was once a posthouse and an inn. It is close ...