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Certified as the city’s oldest and most traditional restaurant, this classic establishment is a stone’s throw from Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, and provides a warm family atmosphere and a classic Roman menu. There’s a broad selection of vegetable-based antipasti displayed on a buffet at the entrance, and the menu (which changes daily) features authentic cucina romana classics like pasta with oxtail ragout, tripe, gnocchi, cacio e pepe, and myriad vegetarian choices. The wine list includes interesting local labels, and the staff and service are impeccable.