A genuine, hearty tavern. Merit of this goes to the Ogliotti brothers. The ambiance is modern and minimalistic, with wooden chairs, paper napkins and the menu written on the wall (there are also tables outside). Traditional dishes sit between simplicity and innovation: Gradoli beans with pork rind; spaghetti with fava beans and pecorino cheese; slice of Lariano bread with broccoli and veal cream, as well as carbonara, oxtail and chicory. Our preferred highlights include an amazing gricia and homemade bollito meatballs. We also remember with pleasure the delicious Roman-style gnocchi, not found elsewhere in town. Local wine list and craft beers complete the experience with an excellent quality/price ratio.