Ristorante Sant'Andrea is a typical trattoria in the heart of Rome. Just a few blocks from the Spanish Steps, it draws a mix of neighborhood regulars and tourists alike. It's a casual place with decent prices, especially considering its central location. Service is attentive but informal. There are some tables outside to enjoy the street-side parade of people and warm air.
Specialties are the tried and true recipes from the province of Rome - nothing fancy; dishes include spaghetti alla gricia (with guanciale, a type of bacon); cacio e pepe (pecorino and pepper); and amatriciana (a tomato-bacon sauce.) Abbachio (young lamb) or Saltimbocca alla Romana (veal scallops) are meat plates to try. Vegetables, local wine, great desserts, and a dose of Roman atmosphere make this a good place to dine.
Ristorante Sant'Andrea is located near the church of Sant'Andrea delle Fratte
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Address in Rome:
Via Sant'Andrea delle Fratte, 9.
Ph. (+39) 066 793 167.