Eat outside in the summer and enjoy sitting quietly watching Rome's daily life. The restaurant's name, The Witches, comes from the three owners: ... More
Osteria Le Streghe
Eat outside in the summer and enjoy sitting quietly watching Rome's daily life. The restaurant's name, The Witches, comes from the three owners: Paola, Lina and Manuela. It's only Paola who actually does any of the wonderful cooking. There is Tagliolini with Chicory and Gorgonzola, or spaghetti with broccoli and truffles, as well as tuna fish with cabbage. Don't miss the risotto with rose petals. If you like fish, then you should go on Friday. There is a fairly good range of wines and you can eat lunch at a reduced price from the self-service area. The restaurant is pretty, with perfect lighting and friendly service.
I am what others call a food snob. I personally do not see it. But to be perfectly honest this was the only meal in my 7 days in Roma that was worth remembering. In fact I went there a second time on the trip after being disappointed with every other meal. The second time was just as good as the first. The atmosphere was friendly filled with locals. The added perk was that it was inexpensive. I highly recommend this Le Streghe, you will not be disappointed.
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