Always very popular with Romans, particularly in huge family groups for Sunday lunch.
The tables outside are quickly snapped up by a mixture of Italians and tourists – the only drawback is that your ears will be assaulted by various buskers.
Fairly workmanlike, and none the worse for that. Known for its fresh fish, it has a wide selection of dishes in addition.
Those in the know try for a table in the airy and spacious rooms upstairs, with a great view of the Campo.
Packed out with Romans who appreciate the creative modern Italian cooking, with a busy, noisy and slightly chaotic atmosphere.