Cantina e Cucina

Via del Governo Vecchio, 87, 00186 Roma RM, Italy, Rome

4.5

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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Mon

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Tue

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Wed

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Thu

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Fri

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 01:00, 11:00 - 01:00

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Reviews

  • Samantha White

    5
    - 12 September 2018 -

    Pizza was amazing! Service was great, staff super friendly and speak English, have menus in multiple languages. Served a complementary after dinner drink! Also they have a/c which was amazing after walking on a 90 degree day. Would return!

  • Mark Hands

    5
    - 08 September 2018 -

    Quite possibly, one of the best restaurants I've been to in terms of quality of food and taste. A friend and I stumbled upon this place when I accidentally took us in the wrong direction, talk about silver lining. We went back a second time a few days later we liked it that much & my friend had a main as a starter because he liked the lasagna so much from the night before but also wanted to try something else. The staff also make this place a great experience, they're friendly and you can tell they enjoy working there - they're usually singing whilst working & always smiling. There was a good sized queue outside when we were there for dinner but the front of house member was serving small glasses of prosecco to them all which I thought was a nice touch. It's quite cramped inside as it's not the biggest of places but that certainly wouldn't put me off going again.

  • Luke Musgrave

    5
    - 08 September 2018 -

    What an adorable little joint. It’s quite cramped but we lucked out and got the one table sitting in the window facing the street. We went mainly to try the Jewish artichokes and weren’t disappointed in those or any of the food. The service was also some of the best we’ve had on our entire trip. Friendly and fast!

  • Loïc Magnette

    4
    - 06 September 2018 -

    Maybe not the best restaurant in town but a really nice place to eat. The meal are good. The waiters are really nice and welcoming. And all for a really reasonable price.

  • Terrence J

    2
    - 06 September 2018 -

    Always a big queue. Trendy vibe in there. Hostess is nice and gives prosecco to those in the queue. But honestly once in there - the food was not as good as in neighbouring restaurants with no queue. Here you are paying for the cool and trendy vibe. I am amazed the rating is so high here!

  • E. Lizz Cedillo S.

    5
    - 01 September 2018 -

    We had a fantastic experience in this place, amazing food and ambience. We had pasta, pizza and beef, wine all amazing. It was so so good that we came back and again the experience was unbelievable. Our waitress name was Lucia, made everything much better. I definitely recommend this place

  • Liam Nankervis

    4
    - 21 July 2018 -

    Really good food and service. Ravioli and lasagna excellent. This place is popular and gets a queue out the front quite early. We dined with our young kids so were before the queue. They had paper and pencils for kids to draw with which was nice.

  • Sarah

    5
    - 15 July 2018 -

    As a tourist, it’s easy to forget what Roman hospitality can be. Cantina e Cucina renewed our faith in the generosity of the Italian table. Simone and Yolanta were wonderful hosts. The traditional Italian food was delicious and provided in ample quantities (an added bonus). We fell in love with this restaurant and urge you to give it a go.

  • Ron DeMarco

    5
    - 24 June 2018 -

    What a fun place. Lively atmosphere. Food was great. We loved our waiter so we left a tip and he responded by comping us with free after dinner drinks. Would definitely go back.

  • Adam Gaines

    5
    - 03 June 2018 -

    We made it to Cantina e Cucina about 6:30 pm so we were seated immediately. Friendly servers and a good menu selection. We tried the Calamari as we know it or "fried squid" which was awesome. Also had spaghetti with meatballs and 2 pizzas. All were delicious! With beverages for three of us we ended up at 57 euros. Definitely recommend, we went by two nights before at 8 and there was a long line!

  • Vitória Scremin

    - 06 June 2018 -

    The pizzas are amazing, also the burger!!

  • Tasha Ryazantseva

    - 05 April 2018 -

    For me it was the best place where I tasted Italy! Totally recommend!

  • Belkıs Sancar

    - 03 April 2018 -

    All food was nice, we’ve been twice in our Rome visit😋

  • Connaire McGreevy

    - 01 April 2018 -

    Not worth the wait. Nice restaurants close by have better service

  • Connaire McGreevy

    - 01 April 2018 -

    Not worth the wait. Nice restaurants close by have better service

  • Mohamed Al Shareef

    - 29 March 2018 -

    Special thanks for gianluca

  • Mohamed Al Shareef

    - 29 March 2018 -

    Super delicious food super friendly staff recommend

  • Alborz Majzoob

    - 28 March 2018 -

    Fast service, nice Italian pizza

  • James Riley

    - 23 March 2018 -

    They don’t take bookings so get there early!

  • Elena Buyukliyska

    - 21 March 2018 -

    Amazing place and really delicious!

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