Food and drink
They do all the classic pizza toppings, plus creative variants like mozzzarella, cherry tomatoes, potatoes and pesto. And if you’re not all carbed out by dessert time, why not try a ricotta and Nutella calzone (a sort of Cornish pasty made from a pizza folded in half)? There are a few salads too. Beer is the default accompaniment for pizza in Italy, but if you prefer wine, the red or white house wine here is above average.
The red and white checked tablecloths and rustic exposed bricks of the interior set the tone – but the clientele is livelier than this might suggest, consisting of young groups of friends from all over Rome (and further afield) rather than old trasteverini residents. The 10 or so outside tables are much sought after in summer. You can book them – but be punctual, as demand is high and they won’t hold them for long.
Young, efficient and friendly.
It’s in a tiny, picturesque lane a couple of blocks north of Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere.
Allow 15 euros a head for a bruschetta, pizza and a birra media (medium draught beer).
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers