On our return trip from the Spanish Steps, we felt the familiar pangs of hunger and began searching for an appropriate place to eat. Much to our surprise, we discovered this buffet, Italian style about a block and a half between the Spanish Steps and the Tiber river. The price was quite reasonable, the food was very good, and there was plenty of it. There were two dozen containers of food stretching around the perimeter of the dining area. These included three types of breads, pasta salads, brown and white rice, bulgar, potatoes, cheeses, cooked vegetables, tuna fish, lasagna, and turkey slices. The price of 13 euros per person, which we felt was quite reasonable, included water to drink, which in other restaurants is an added cost. We had never come across an Italian buffet like this before.
Carl and Lorraine Aveni are two retirees planning on traveling through Europe for at least one year.