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Lonely Planet review
This trendy yet old-style lace-curtained trattoria takes its name from the trams that rattle past outside. It's a family-run concern whose menu is an unusual mix of Roman and Pugliese (southern Italian) dishes, featuring taste sensations such as tiella riso, patate, cozze (baked rice dish with rice, potatoes and mussels). Book ahead.