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Il Sorpasso

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Pierdomenico
Pierdomenico
February 23, 2020
The best place to take a glass of wine from 6 pm to dinner time. Long list of wines and a yummy menu if you want to stay also for dinner. Romans love to come here during the week to take a glass of wine and chat with friends.
Francesca
Francesca
December 8, 2019
Very nice food in a young trendy atmosphere
Esmeralda
Esmeralda
October 8, 2019
Excellent happy hour, cheeses, salami and the fantastic ‘trapizzini’ (triangles of pizza dough stuffed with traditional roman dishes). High quality dinner with special dishes, medium-high prices. Prices: 15,00/45,00€
Camilla
Camilla
October 8, 2019
Near Vatican, is one of the famous places for Roman people. Don’t miss their Trapizzino!!!
Stefano
Stefano
June 23, 2019
A fun, happening bistrot in the cool neighborhood of Prati. If you’re looking for something different from your typical Roman restaurant, this is it.

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Placering
31/33 Via Properzio
Roma, Lazio 00193
Prati
Telefon+39 06 8902 4554
Hjemmesidesorpasso.info
Status for åbningstiderLukket · Åbner Monday 7:30 AM
Reservationer
Ja
Kreditkort
Yes (incl. American Express)
Udendørs siddepladser
Ja
Wi-fi
Ja
Menuer
Frokost, middag, happy hour
Drikkevarer
Vin, fuldt udstyret bar, cocktails
Spisemuligheder
Ingen levering
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