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Suggestions for Special Birthday Restaurant in Rome

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So once again I ask for your suggestions. I will be celebrating a special milestone birthday in Rome next month with my two grown sons. I am looking for weeks already to find a special restaurant to celebrate and am really not sure which one to choose.

We are looking for :

1) NOT any Michelin star type restaurant, nor molecular gastronomy. But rather some good home cooking with proper portions and no high falutin' attitude

2) Both my boys are vegetarian but I can eat anything and I know THAT is not a problem in Rome or Italy for that matter

3) We are staying in the Monti area so first choice would be somewhere in that area but we are willing to go further if worthwhile

4) I know enough Italian to get around in a place where less English is spoken and I prefer a place where Italians attend rather than mostly tourists and tour groups.

Hoping for some great suggestions and thanks in advance !!!

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