A formal and old fashioned restaurant that could be critically judged based on its location on an insanely high tourist foot traffic street, if not for the fact that it’s been there since 1924.
The dining room is awfully nice, with pleasing wood trim and large windows letting in tons of light. They do an impressive variety of meat dishes, but they’re famous for their “Antipasto alla Sabatini,” a marinated fish plate with swordfish, tuna and salmon (20 euros). A three-course “light lunch” fixed price menu is 22 euros.
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