Situated between the Quadrari and the Cinecittà studios, an area of Rome where much patience is needed to find a parking space. The interior design is a bit like industrial archaeology: great air conditioning pipelines in sight, lamposts with LED lights. The cacio cheese and pepper french fries are a good idea, but the result leaves room for improvement. A rich offering of antipasti, we opted for the baccalà meatballs, a bit dull, and for the eggplant ones, which were good. The pizza, composed of five different flours, is the Roman type: low, well-done, with a crust which is crunchy and soft at the same time. The tomato on the margherita is palatable, as is the fior di latte cheese. The boscaiola is also good.