Centred on lively Via Portico d’Ottavia, the Jewish Ghetto is a wonderfully atmospheric area studded with artisans’ studios, vintage...
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Fontana delle Tartarughe
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Sora Margherita information
No-frills Sora Margherita started as a cheap kitchen for hungry locals, but word has spread and it’s now a popular lunchtime haunt of everyone from local workers to slumming uptowners. Expect dog-eat-dog queues, a rowdy Roman atmosphere and classic Roman dishes such as gnocchi al sugo (gnocchi in tomato sauce) and fegato (liver). Service is prompt and you’re expected to be likewise.