The location is in a characteristic square in the heart of Trastevere, with suggestive tables under the trees in the centre of the square, and a lovely, characteristic interior with clothes hanging from the ceiling. The menu ranges from typical Roman cuisine to more national dishes. The quality is decent, the portions are not large, the service is typical of restaurants that handle large numbers of tourists. A typically touristy restaurant that is nevertheless worth a visit, with good value for money.
Since 1936, Roman tradition and cuisine have been the lintels of the restaurant’s success: now is a popular restaurant? a gourmet trattoria? Felice at Testaccio is a family that welcomes you, a comfortable space to relax in, a professional staff to rely on. Pasta Cacio e Pepe has made its way from its historic Roman headquarters in Testaccio to Milan where a second restaurant opens in 2017.