Here’s a romantic restaurant, where tables are lit by candlelight in the evenings, and in the summer you can sit on the terrace overlooking the Palazzo Lancillotti. The menu is mostly Roman, but there are some inventive detours such as lobster soup, linguine with grouper sauce, and gnocchi with clams and wild mushrooms. Fresh fish here is especially good, with tuna, turbot, prawns, and swordfish brought in daily from the coast.