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At this lively restaurant near the Rheem Theater, the Roman food is simple but elegant. Succeeding on the strength of a few quality ingredients, the simple, hearty dishes include li supprí ar’ telefono (crisp rice dumplings filled with meat-based ragout and mozzarella), li bombolotti a la matriciana (pasta with tomatoes and delicious cured pork-jowl meat), and li cannelloni de vitella (Roman crepes filled with veal, wild mushrooms, and béchamel sauce). Amoroma also offers a good selection of small antipasto plates and salads. The restaurant is decked out in red and yellow, the colors of Rome’s flag, with warm yellow walls blending with the rich wooden wainscoting and bar. Amoroma is open late. Lunch and dinner daily, brunch Sat.–Sun.
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