This friendly wine bar, in the heart of the historic center, offers a daily rotation of excellent quality wines by the glass ... More
This friendly wine bar, in the heart of the historic center, offers a daily rotation of excellent quality wines by the glass and a menu of well-chosen Italian wines. There is an excellent choice of hot and cold dishes including lighter snacks such as salads and cheese. This is a truly old-fashioned wine bar which has the feel of a traditional inn. The staff are courteous and experienced.
This must be the worst place we have ever eaten. The food was average but the service deplorable. I have never been in a restaurant where the customers were in grave danger of being knocked over by the waiters who ran everywhere, all the time under the watchful eye of the boss who never as much as smiled or thanked us for coming when he took our money!! Tables were so close we had to protect our food from being knocked off by the staff!!
No one welcomed customers or asked whether we enjoyed the meal etc.
A real disappointment given the guide book recommendations.
I have loved this bar for twenty years. The staff are great, the prices are very fair. I has tons of atmosphere and is open 'till 1 am.
It is very popular with film crews and actors from Cinecitta Studios.
We were introduced to this special place by a friend who described it as the best bar in all of Rome. Of course he had a habit of exageration, however this time he was spot on.
It is difficult to single out any one or two special qualities that this place has, it simply has it all, atmosphere, character, style, elegance, excellent antipasta and a wonderful wine selection, which lines the walls all around you.
We always make this our first and last stop on every trip to Rome. In fact we have probably been to Rome more often than we would, because of this Bar.
Great bar, friendly staff, great selection of wines at good prices.
I tendered wrong bank note and was leaving without my change. Staff informed me of my mistake which could have cost me $450.
This is our favorite restaurant in Rome - and we have been to all of the expensive and elegant restaurants. The food is wonderful, atmosphere is charming and the location is convenient.
Also, being from Texas, let me also assure the other reviewer that most Texans are fairly civilized and don't yell across the restaurant as he/she described. That particular lack of understanding about your own country could make one's company less desirable at home or abroad.
Besides the obvious wide array of wines and cheeses, this enoteca remains to be a Roman landmark. Inside, you will find a friendly an eclectic blend of locals, tourists and business travelers from around the world. What it has are people who appreciate fine wine and who can blend into and complement the Italian culture of chic. What the enoteca doesn't need are loud Americans with Texan accents (no offense) yelling out "I can't believe how good this wine tastes!!! Rome, baby, yeah!"
Vegas is Vegas, but when in Rome...
The best antipasti at all hours in the perfect location as long as you can find it. Charming and always full of locals, the Bar is the best, you just peer over the bar to see the yummy antipasti, mushrooms, eggplant,roasted peppers, cheeses, bread, the making of which will be a meal!
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