Renato e Luisa, La Gensola or ?
Its the last day of a 12 day Tuscany/Rome trip in July. What am I in the mood for?
Staying in Trastevere with kids and dont see much seafood on the trip so Gensola would be the logical choice. But I'm intrigued by Renato.
Would it help if I post the entire eating itinerary? I may get heartburn while doing so, there's quite a lot
Just be aware that Renato doesn't open for dinner until 8:30 at night. Sounded wonderful, however...just too late for my son.
We had a very delicious dinner at La Gensola, but the service was hideous. Every course came to the wrong table, requiring an extra wait while they got us the right dishes, and we had to get up and find someone to take our dessert order.
The bill was 140 euro for two with absolutely no alcohol, not even one glass of wine. Yes, the food was good, but I don't think I'll go back.