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Osteria dell'Angelo

Via Giovanni Bettolo 24, Rome 00192 Italy
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    The food of poor people is surprisingly good, especially when those poor people are Italian. What was born of necessity has endured because it's delicious, and Osteria dell'Angelo in Prati serves up wonderful classics like beans with rosemary and trippa alla romana, among many others.

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    I thought all the Roman food places were in Testaccio, until I accidentally ran across this place while staying at a pensione across the street. The owner, Angelo, puts on a good rap about how healthy typical Roman food is (tripe is low in fat, and other interesting little known facts) but the food is really truly delicious. There's a set menu for €25 which includes starters like a fish and bean paste, (it's good) and some delicious cured meat on bread. As my dinner companion said, in Italy, the simpler the better. The pasta was divine and the secondi, meatballs with raisins and pinoli nuts and a veal involtini, were equally fabulous, although we were so stuffed we could barely finish. A great place to eat typical Roman food in Prati, a neighborhood I always find a little scarce in the restaurant department.

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Book ahead for this popular restaurant because tables fill up fast. A varied menu offers local Roman pasta dishes to hearty meat selections from rabbit to tripe. Opened by a former ruby player, Osteria dell'Angelo is a hit with both locals and visitors alike. Bring cash because credit cards aren't accepted.

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4.5 out of 5
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117 people visited Osteria dell'Angelo

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