Tiber Village, Rome
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Concordo con le altre recensioni: tanta immagine e poca sostanza. Ho scelto di provarlo per premiare la possibilità di mangiare gluten free. Ma un'insalata da 12.50€ che sarà pesata 100 grammi in tutt... read more »I agree with the other reviews: great image and little substance. I chose to try to reward the ability to eat gluten free. But a salad from 12.50 € that will be weighed 100 grams (of melon: 10 grams!) seems really unfair. For frying: we travel on 19 € for scarnissime portions. Finally on the menu is the fried baby girl and here fall sick because the cases are two and both bad: o baby is real, but as juvenile anchovies and sardines is PROHIBITED BY LAW, or call her baby girl, but this ice fish, a fish like that is used to replace the "delicacy", and here you set up the crime of fraud. To me one of the waiters said that this is the first case, demonstrating or chutzpah or profound ignorance.show original
Recensione per il Ristorante LA PARANZA (stand 10). Nonostante le pessime recensioni su Tripadvisor, ho accettato l'invito di una coppia di amici che erano stati in questo locale sul lungotevere estiv... read more »Review for Restaurant LA PARANZA (booth 10). Despite the poor reviews on Tripadvisor, I accepted the invitation of a couple of friends who had been in this summer along the Tiber in June 2016 lying well. Apparently the local level, even according to my friends, had a substantial worsening even in a couple of months. We begin: we took four fries, a serving of fries, three beers on tap small (0.2 dl), a quarter of house wine and a bottle of water, a total of 84 euros (including service charge). Fries were served on a small slate tablet, idea too cute for the design, but that reduces the portion compared to the classic dish of approximately 50%. The price has not undergone any reduction: 12.50 euros for the base portion and 2 euros for each variation (mind you, variation, not added-the amount remains constant). For example, fried calamari with baby squid and baby girl variation (1/3, 1/3 and 1/3) costs 16.50 euro. What a rip off to the cold steel! But let's get to the quality, the Octopus was just passable, while the squid really bad, hard and cold. The only positive notes: frying is gluten free, the staff are very friendly and helpful, but this of course is not enough to choose a restaurant. Not recommended, even if you are gluten free. Look for alternatives.show original
Ieri sera con altri degli amici ci siamo fermati al ristorante la Paranza. Abbiamo ordinato 3 Ceasar Salad, 2 gnocchi ed 1 fritto calamari e moscardini. Le tre Ceasar arrivate erano REDICOLE, porzioni... read more »Last night with other friends we stopped at la Paranza. We ordered 3 Ceasar Salad, fried calamari and Octopus dumplings 2 and 1. The three were REDICOLE, poor portions and Ceasar arrived extra ingredients just mentioned. Frying was basically fried salt, inedible. The 2 dumplings were good but maybe the two dishes were if put together a normal portion. Shameful and to finish the account there were 2 minerals ordered but never received, even though they have now reversed the amountshow original
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