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Recomend great places to eat near Patheon/Navonna?

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Hi guys,
Myself, my boyfriend (both in our 30's) and my 13 yr old will be in Rome for 3 nights mid August (I know - we must be mad - the heat!), staying near the Pantheon/Navona area. I usually go with the rule of go one street back when eating in cities/near major tourist sites so we don't pay to much/get tourist versions of food etc so I would love to hear some recommendations, is Camp De Fiori better for lunch or is it more for dinner after the market closes? I tend to like eating dinner nearer to where we stay when most of the day is spent walking, saving lunch for further afield! Or should we head over to Travestere for dinner?
Looking for places in the pocket friendly - mid-price range so no michelin stars needed:)
Food is always an important part of our trips so I look forward to your ideas!This is our first time to Rome.
Thanks

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