This long standing family run restaurant enjoys a memorable setting in a tower on the Tiber’s tiny island. The restaurant's setting is lovely, approaching via the Ponte Fabricio. Traditional trattoria with wooden ceiling. Order the traditional Romana menu by which you get a taste of various dishes. The recommended wine is excellent along with the dessert. Named after a much-loved actress – the current chef's nonna (grandma) – it serves a classic Roman menu spiced up with the occasional seafood dish. There are also homemade desserts and several tasting menus, including one for vegetarians – something of a rarity in meat-loving Rome. You should definitely eat here when in Rome.