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Rome - Ad Hoc, La Pergola or Somewhere else?

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We are coming to Rome for our anniversary. We have originally booked reservations at both La Pergola and Ad Hoc. Ad Hoc, we wanted to do the truffle tasting menu with wine pairings - which is 120 for Black Truffles or 190 for White Truffles. For La Pergola, it is 220 Euros per person for the tasting, excluding all wines/etc.

I am wondering if we should just opt for the 120 Euros for Black Truffle Tasting at Ad Hoc or if we should splurge and do La Pergola.

Have you been to La Pergola or Ad Hoc? What types of pricing is there for a moderate or low priced wines/pairings? What was the total bill? Was it worth it?

I have read many reviews on both restaurants but just cant decide. We are going to a restaurant in Siena where we will be able to do truffles for lunch. We originally wanted mainly a truffle menu that was not crazy expensive (like La Pergola) but was really nice and more classic Roman cuisine.

We love tasting menus and wine pairings. Do you have a different preference for this amount of money? Any suggestions or reviews will help!

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