thoughts on these Rome places?
Anybody have thoughts on these spots?
Cul De Sac
Uno e Bino
The last 2 are close to our hotel, which is E. of the Termini.
I'm still thinking Ristorante Marcello for our last night, and trying to make it to Sora Margherita for lunch the first day.
Thanks for all the great archives.
Ive yet to eat in the San Lorenzo neighborhood but be sure to check out the basilica "outside the walls" - it is magnificent and ancient with an interesting history and totally improbable in its current surroundings (tho backed on the big rome cemetary, that part looks right. Uno e Bino sounds good from the Gambero rosso rome guide - Ive wanted to try Tram Tram, in the same area for a while too. Enjoy, and look forward to hearing your report.
Hope you report back.
Cul de sac is wonderful. Robert Lauriston, who posts here, turned me on to it. It's an eclectic enoteca with excellent cross-cultural fare, mixing Italian with Middle-Eastern or North African. The best pesce spada affumicato I've ever had, with an amazing potato mousse, great melanzane Calabrese, and the best middle-eastern spinach pie I've ever eaten! It's a one-of-a-kind kind of place, so try not to miss it. I went there on two trips to Rome. As an often solo traveler, I love small plates places anyway.
re: Peter Cherches
i like cul de sac an awful lot. it's a really charming place in a lovely location on piazza di pasquino - piazza di pasquino. but my favorite enoteca in rome is il goccetto on via dei banchi vecchi 14 - small, intimate, just has a great feel. i have been going there for years - since my first trip to rome and i love it!