Rosa Rosae

Via di Pietra, 88, Rome

3.5
  • Phone Numbers: 39066786789
  • Address: Via di Pietra, 88, Rome
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
  • Restaurant features: Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol
  • Good for: Families with children, Kids, Romantic
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Reviews

  • john hands

    4
    - 08 September 2018 -

    Great ristorante! Excellent food service.

  • Gaston Venturelli

    4
    - 07 September 2018 -

    La ensalada caprese estaba buenisa. Sitio tranquilo

  • Bryan Eleogram

    5
    - 10 August 2018 -

    Magnifico. Lobster pasta was great and the waitress put up with my old mans shinannagans.

  • Simon Walker

    5
    - 12 June 2018 -

    Lovely authentic Italian food, fresh ingredients with great atmosphere and service.

  • Tara

    1
    - 03 March 2018 -

    We ordered an apetizer, but had to send it back, because the food was obviously not okay! The seafood salad was frozen, so we told the waitress and she took it back. However, in end we had to pay more than half of the price of the frozen seafood salad, because we "ate a little bit of it". This is not okay and we left the restaurant really annoyed! Would not recommend.

  • 2
    - 08 October 2016 -

    I wouldn't recommend this place. Food is very mediocre, i.e. the tomato soup tasted like a convenience product, the cannelloni were not well-seasoned. On top of that, they add a compulsory service charge of 10% when they hand out the bill which is not mentioned on the menu.

  • 2
    - 08 October 2016 -

    I wouldn't recommend this place. Food is very mediocre, i.e. the tomato soup tasted like a convenience product, the cannelloni were not well-seasoned. On top of that, they add a compulsory service charge of 10% when they hand out the bill which is not mentioned on the menu.

  • 1
    - 31 August 2016 -

    scortesia unica.. una volta seduti, fanno tutti finta di non vederci e aspettiamo mezz'ora prima che un cameriere, con ripetuti cenni, si decide ad arrivare.. e quando arriva ci dice di spostarci dentro perché vogliono togliere i tavolini di fuori (alle 21:30 di sera).. in sostanza la valutazione non è per il cibo, in quando ce ne siamo andati via subito.. da aggiungere menu sporco e tovaglie sporche che non vengono mai lavate (mettono la tovaglietta di carta sopra)

  • 1
    - 31 August 2016 -

    scortesia unica.. una volta seduti, fanno tutti finta di non vederci e aspettiamo mezz'ora prima che un cameriere, con ripetuti cenni, si decide ad arrivare.. e quando arriva ci dice di spostarci dentro perché vogliono togliere i tavolini di fuori (alle 21:30 di sera).. in sostanza la valutazione non è per il cibo, in quando ce ne siamo andati via subito.. da aggiungere menu sporco e tovaglie sporche che non vengono mai lavate (mettono la tovaglietta di carta sopra)

  • 2
    - 05 July 2016 -

    Más transparencia... Estuvimos cenando después de un buen recuerdo de hace un par de años y desafortunadamente ha empeorado bastante... Pedimos spaghetti vongole muy sosillos, pizza margheritta con la masa cruda y ravioli quattro fromaggi muy ricos! El servicio, bastante lento, poco atento y las recomendaciones explicadas sin ganas. Al pedir la cuenta nos añadieron 5 eur a mano en concepto de cubierto a cobrar solo en cash... un poco raro y poco transparente. Para pensárselo bien antes de ir. Poco recomendable!

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