I was really looking forward to trying out this restaurant and unfortunately, I was not impressed at all. It’s located inside a little alley way, which I loved, but everything else about it could use some improvement.
First, there is no air conditioning and no cross wind since there are no windows to open.
Second, there so few gluten free options, it made it really difficult for me to find something to order.
Third, they were out of SO many food items. They were out of the first salad I chose and the customers after me had to go through 3 different options until they came across one that was available. Although the lady at the cash apologized and was visibly upset that they were out of so much, this experience was not great for me, or the customers behind me.
Last, but definitely not least, they do not accept credit cards. While this normally would not be a substantial negative feature, it was the cherry on top during this particular experience.
I ended up ordering the ‘tuna’ salad and it was less than great. It came in a plastic bowl with plastic cutlery and a salad dressing on the side in a little packet. I felt like I was eating at a food court, which I definitely don’t mind sometimes – but not in Rome, the land of delicious food.
Portion sizes were medium in size and my salad only cost 5 euros. There is an english menu, if needed.