The first time you enter in that historical place, La Campana (the bell), in a little street that has the same name, “Vicolo Della Campana”, in the very hearth of Rome, between via della Scrofa and piazza Nicosia, you are a bit impressed and intimidated. If you know the history of that “trattoria romana” , of course.
The menu didn’t change from that time. You can still eat all the specialities of the traditional roman cuisine. Artichokes (carciofi) , porcini mushrooms and many other vegetables. Home made ravioli and gnocchi. Saltimbocca veal, straccetti beef, tripe, etc…everything “alla romana”. And for the dessert, magnificent home made “torta di visciole”, sour cherries tart.