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Pantheon: Kicco d'Uva

Piazza Coppelle, 54 Rome , Phone: 668804760
www.kiccoduva.it

Reviewed by: I. A. Rose from Israel, review #3778

When: 2011

An excellent restaurant, specializing in fish, but not only, which offers delicious well-made flavoursome food using only fresh high-quality ingredients.

Just two steps away from the hub bub of the Pantheon, in the lovely Piazza Coppelle, you will find the excellent Kicco d'Uva. With tables - all set out at a nice distance from each other - spilling out to the Piazza itself, it offers a small and this is almost always, as in this case, a plus but ample menu, heavily weighted towards fish, though the unreconstructed carnivores among you will not go short. The food is in a word, delicious: made with fresh, high quality produce, the dishes are simply made by cleverly marrying two or more complementary ingredients, thus allowing their individual flavours to come out and sing. This true of the antipasti, primi (pasta) and secondi (fish or meat). I hesitate to suggest as what to order since all is good. We we were three - put ourselves in the hands of the head waiter a lovely, helpful smiley man; indeed all the staff from the owner down are welcoming, obliging, without being in anyway obtrusive and we were not disappointed, with the choices of either the reasonably priced (an average of 40 euros per head) food or wine . And this was true of both times we went, because it was certainly worth a return visit.

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