The waiting staff are courteous, the food is good and the prices are rock bottom for current Rome – can this really be Piazza Navona?
Good home cooking Roman-style in this family run restaurant – Mamma is doing a sterling job in the kitchen.
There’s a whole new world down some atmospheric candle-lit stairs in the basement – deliciously cool even on the hottest day.
A genuinely Roman menu offers substantial dishes alongside a broad range of pizzas.
Not so much a restaurant, more a place to go whenever you need to sit down and relax.
One of Rome’s best kept secrets; food doesn’t come more honest than this.
One of Rome’s old established restaurants serving local specialities.
“Concept” restaurants are still a rarity in Rome, but Before is attempting to fill the niche.
Catches the maximum sun, and therefore offers a perfect lunchtime retreat, with huge umbrellas in summer providing the requisite shade.
Tiny, leafy, and apart from the few Italian drivers attempting right angle bends in the narrow street, quiet.