Serving traditional Roman fare, this trattoria is extremely popular with the locals, and for good reason: here, it’s all about the fresh produce and skillful blending of ingredients. With high reviews from major Roman foodies, Mamma Angela's Trattoria features art-like cuisine including their Spaghetti ragu alla Bolognese, Stracciatella alla romana (Roman style egg soup), pasta with porcini mushrooms, and prime fillets of beef with Chianti wine sauce—just to name a few. Prices are reasonable and the wine selection is large enough to drown an elephant, if it ever came to that. It is almost unheard of for a restaurant in Rome to be full of locals by 7pm, but nonetheless this one is, so make sure to make reservations in advance or you may not have the pleasure of dining here.
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