A cheap trattoria near the Spanish Steps, reputedly a sometime haunt of Fellini.
Packed out with Romans who appreciate the creative modern Italian cooking, with a busy, noisy and slightly chaotic atmosphere.
This place is usually full of locals – always a good sign.
Wonderful location looking across the Piazza S Maria.
Seafood antipasti is the thing here – it comes in something like five waves of different dishes.
Wander inside to see the 18th Century paintings – the café was founded in 1720.