This spaghetti house is close to the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Venezia. Romans know it for its excellent spaghetti and superb sauces, and the variously prepared bruschette are also very good. The large variety of spaghetti dishes means they are divided into different categories with condiments such as pecorara, stuffed zucchini flowers, clams, capers, white wine, fish etc. The Scozzese pizza is made with sausage and mushrooms, the Catanese with eggplant and there is also one made with ricotta cheese. Tourists tend to sit at tables outside in the shade, beside the fairly quiet street. Romans, on the other hand, prefer to eat inside. Go downstairs and you will find a cool and rustic basement with lots of tables.
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- Nearest Train: Barberini Fontana di Trevi