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What used to be a well-stocked enoteca with a few nibbles has become what locals now know as the "Ferrara block": the enoteca has expanded to become a restaurant, wine bar, and a gastronomic boutique taking over a good section of one of the area's most famous streets. The renovations have resulted in an airy, modernist destination, with the original space as it was, all wooden chairs and ceramic-tiled tables: enoteca chic. Service can be iffy to slow, and, in the end, the results coming out of the kitchen are inconsistent. A fine starter is the ricotta and herb-stuffed zucchini flowers sprinkled with crispy pancetta. Secondi range from seared tuna in a sesame seed crust to roast pork with prunes. But true to its enoteca roots, it's the award-winning wine selection that impresses here.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-02-2012

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    Not our kind of Restaurant

    This was not the Rome restaurant expierence we were looking for. After visiting Rome many times we found this restaurant not to our liking. The food was not even adverage, the service poor and uncaring and certainly not worth the visit or cost

    by dorie, 4/15/07

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