Bustling Roman trattoria where the food is cheap, the atmosphere is cheeky, and the queues are long.
Diners are seated in close proximity to their neighbours, either on the plastic garden furniture outside or at closely-packed tables indoors.
Service is decidedly informal (expect to be called "bella/bello" or even "baby") and what the restaurant lacks in decor it makes up for in ambience.
Good selection of tasty Roman cuisine, from meat and vegetable dishes to pasta and pizza, with beer and wine.
Popular with locals and tourists alike, this is a great place to meet a bunch of friends.
Always loud, always fun.