Diners can sit under a gorgeous looming oak tree at this casual trattoria. The menu is simple—the usual suspects include fried starters like stuffed zucchini flowers, as well as Roman pasta dishes like spaghetti carbonara. Main dishes include saltimbocca alla romana (veal with prosciutto and sage) and meatballs in tomato sauce. The ubiquitous Roman sautéed cicoria (chicory) with olive oil and chili pepper is a good choice for a green side. Service is friendly
and allows for lingering on balmy Roman afternoons and evenings—so close, and yet so seemingly far from the chaos of nearby Campo de' Fiori.
Piazza della Quercia 23, Rome, 00186, Italy