Depois de um decepcionante jantar na Piazza Navona (sim caímos na ratoeira turística mas com atenuantes…estávamos famintos e ficava de caminho), fomos ao Campo di Fiori uma zona muito recomendada para jantar e não tão turística como a Piazza Navona se é que isso é possível na cidade de Roma.
After a disappointing dinner in Piazza Navona (yes we fell into a tourist trap but with mitigating circumstances … we were hungry and it s on our way), we went to the Campo di Fiori a zone highly recommended for dinner and not as touristy as the Piazza Navona if this is possible in the city of Rome.
To start we ordered a bruschetta provola affumicata with honey and to drink we ordered Lambrusco, since I am not big fan of wine, I do like to drink this because it has a little bi of sparkle and is served fresh. As for the main dishes, I ate the ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach while my husband ate tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce. Our choices were simple but correct, everything was very good. The price was reasonable, we paid 55€ for the two, admittedly we did not eat dessert because we were saving for ice cream.