Cacio e Pepe
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Cacio e Pepe information
A local institution, this humble trattoria is as authentic as it gets with a menu of traditional Roman dishes, a spartan interior and no-frills service. If you can find a free seat at one of the gingham-clad tables splayed across the pavement, keep it simple with cacio e pepe followed by pollo alla cacciatora (‘hunter’s chicken’).