In good weather the garden and the lovely square are used to seat guests who face Trinità dei Monti. The specialty is Penne Alla Rampa with Gruyère an... More
Ristorante Alla Rampa
In good weather the garden and the lovely square are used to seat guests who face Trinità dei Monti. The specialty is Penne Alla Rampa with Gruyère and Speck, and the dishes are mostly traditional like the Ravioli filled with Spinach and Ricotta Cheese and the Tonnarelli with Mazzancolle. The pasta is made on the premises. The meat dishes are very good such as the Escalopes with Calvados, Carpaccio and Ossobuco to name but a few. The desserts are made on the premises and there is a good choice of wines. The furnishings are traditional but not overly so, the tablecloths are crisp and fresh, and in summer the air-conditioning reduces the heat. The tables are well arranged so that even if the restaurant is full you can still eat comfortably.
The food and service is amazing. I have been every time I have gone to Rome. The antipasto is perfect. Don't bother ordering anything else...but dessert. Try the merengue covered in a warm chocolate. The service is the best in Italy. They never miss a beat.