I think dining out should be a comfortable experience, like dining at home but entirely more social. I don't think it should cost a lot (unless you're fine dining), and I don't think it should last ... read more
under thirty minutes (unless you're pregnant). I've eaten at Burro e Sugo twice during my visit to Rome, and I have to say I really enjoy this restaurant. I like how the menu options are set out easily so you can have a sample of every course. The environment is cozy and the staff are really friendly, particularly the proprietor, Christian, who welcomes both Italian and the occasional non-Italian diners with energetic friendliness. Everything is tasty, but I was most impressed by the delicious pomodoro bruschetta, the pappardelle with cinghiale and the homemade limoncello. The latter was better than anything I had around Naples, where they apparently invented the stuff. Close to the Metro, fun times and lots of food. All things that lead to fun Roman times.