The restaurant, with its impeccable and friendly service, is frequented by personalities in the world of Italian culture. The first-course dishes ... More
The restaurant, with its impeccable and friendly service, is frequented by personalities in the world of Italian culture. The first-course dishes include Bucatini All'Amatriciana (pasta with a bacon and onion sauce); to follow, there's the fillet Alla Margutta or Abbacchio Scottadito (lamb ribs). Friday is dedicated to fish. The wines from the Castelli region are excellent.
We were here in December, rarely do I eat in recommended tour book restaurants but we were in a city we had never been to before and wanted to try this one. We were very impressed. From the starters to dessert. Absolute perfection! I have only found their orecchiette with sausage, pine nuts, arugala olive oil and garlic dish in one US restaurant. Crispo's on 14th St. in NYC. If you're in Rome, make sure you visit Osteria Margutta. It's a respite in a sea of tourism.
The restaurant came highly recommended to us by our American tour guide. The first night we went the restaurant was closed for a private party. Glad we went back a few nights later! Our waitress was absolutely adorable and very helpful with the ordering process. Everything was delicious from the appetizer to the desert! The red wine was great and not too pricey. A must order is the filet, one of the best you will ever taste! The ambiance is great, incredible art work. Charming little out of the way via. Definitely will go again upon returning to Rome!
The Osteria Margutta is a charming, reliable and wonderful experience only steps away from the Piazza di Spagna. It is located on a small, countrylike street noted for its artists.
Andrea Tidei has combined the meal with surroundings that suggest sophistication and the mood of a time gone by. The background music is a perfect accompaniment.
For a romantic evening we highly recommend the Osteria Margutta.
We just came upon this restaurant and decided to try it because it looked so charming. There was no menu in english but the waitress was extremely helpful and made excellent recommendations. The tortellini was unforgettable. I wanted to have it for dessert! And the grilled filet was also excellent.
We were a party of 9 persons. The waitress could not get the drinks straight, and then could not get the food requests correct. We waited one hour for each course and then of course when the meals came out some were wrong! The owner was RUDE. When I went up to complain he was seen throwing euros at 2 gals who were leaving and very very upset at whatever had gone wrong with them. He was yelling at them, "I don't want your money".
He then proceeded to give me a print out that I could not read because the mchine needed a new tape. He told me I could read it! Wait a minute... with so many mix ups in meals I wanted to check the bill. He obviously did not want me to check it. I was staying at a wonderful hotel nearby and asked him to bring a bill that was legible down to the hotel when they had gotten a new tape... when he came down, about 20 minutes later, he wanted to take my credit card back to the restaurant and charge the meal and I said no, I hardly trusted him for that. He then threatened to phone the police! I actually wanted him to do that because he was so bhorrible and I was frightened of him and I wanted the police escort to the restaurant for my safety. The manager of the hotel ended up going with me. I paid the bill and know that there was one course for 12 euros that no one had on there but I paid it because I had a group in Rome and had to get this done with in order to get up early the next morning with them... I ate at this restaurant 4 years ago and 7 years ago and loved it... no more.. this new owner is terrible. Don't ever eat there.
Recommended to us by a local. Such a fun, delicious place. Great ambiance, service and food. Charming, tucked-away street. Waited in line in the pouring rain for it to open for dinner. Totally worth it! What a great memory. We'll be back.
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