This traditional trattoria is well located just off the Plaza de la Democracia, a stone’s throw from the Jade Museum. The long, narrow dining room features wooden floors and some exposed brick and stone work. Start things off with a mixed antipasto plate, or some thin-sliced beef carpaccio, followed by above average pasta or the porcini and truffle risotto. For something more filling, try the osso buco (veal stew). There’s a good selection of Italian wines and beers, and sometimes live music in the evenings.