This homey and authentic neighborhood family-run trattoria serves classic Roman dishes in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Informal and welcoming, the cozy interiors with kids’ drawings on the walls, and a few outdoor tables looking out on one of Trastevere’s quaintest little squares, Teo shines in cucina romana classics like carbonara, amatriciana, cacio e pepe, but do consider the fettucine with wild asparagus (seasonal), and lemon-scented meatballs. Local wines can be ordered by the jug or glass, and desserts (among which a phenomenal mascarpone with wild strawberries cup) come served in either full or half portions, which is good, considering Teo’s hefty portions.