I understand no relevant restaurant opens before 7-7:30 and that romans eat later.
But I'd really like to have a warm meal with my toddler twins before we board our long haul flight.
I know only touristy restaurants will be open for dinner let's say at 6 but can you recommend a place where we can get a decent cacio e pepe in central Rome?
Sadly a late lunch won't do as they are really attached to their routine and would be hungry later, anyway.
Any input appreciated.
ps. Is Enoteca Palatium doable?
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