By dinner time, on the last day, we went to the pantheon square and a guy at a restaurant cleverly convinced us to stay an eat. It was a bloody good restaurant! Great wine great antipasti and amazing pasta. We had bruschetta and mozzarella salad for starters and cacio e pepe and a tagliatelle Alfredo (a typical roman dish)… For dessert we had tiramisu and a panna cotta. Everything was delicious and we had a tremendous amount of fun with the restaurant staff. Typical Italians. And we had the pantheon for a view.
We couldn’t get anything better than that for our last dinner in Rome.