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Pantheon: L'Antica Birreria Peroni

Via S. Marcello, 19 , Phone: 06 6795310
www.anticabirreriaperoni.it
Closing day: Sunday

Reviewed by: Eurotraveler from Germany, review #3786

When: 2011

Tasty authentic Rome food, reasonably priced, friendly staff. Go with a food dictionary, try the beer and buy a T-shirt on the way out!

We are a mature couple, expats living in Germany who travel frequently. We are very picky eaters. This authentic Roman beer hall is just the type of place we love. Great food, casual atmosphere, won't break your pocketbook. A complete dinner for two, including a big bottle of still water, quarter liter of wine, medium beer, 2 entrees, bread and dessert for under 30 euro.

During our 1-week stay in Rome, we ate here 3 times and were happy every time. This restaurant has its own brewed beer, Peroni! Suggest bringing a food dictionary as everything is in the Italian language. Try something other than pasta or prosciutto and melon. We had poached chicken and green beans and spinach at one sitting. But they also serve steaks, roast beef, and sausages. The bread (pane) is to die for. One roll was enough for both of us. We also had tiramisu and creme caramel that we would highly recommend. Staff is extra friendly and helpful. For the perfect souvenir to take home, buy one of their T-shirts. My husband wore the shirt while in town and a couple of locals commented and showed the thumbs up.

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