My wife and I will be spending 4 days in Rome beginning of July. Neither of us have been to Rome, or indeed Italy, before. We will be staying at a hotel not far from the the Colosseum (the Lancelot, at Via Capo d'Africa 47) . We are not "foodies", in that we are not interested in high end "E Bulli" kind of food - molecular foam, etc.. (Nor could we afford it.) But we do like good well prepared food, especially Italian food, since we will be in Italy, after all. We are prepared to walk, or do the public transit thing. We intend to actually stray from or hotel (e.g. Vatican, etc.. Looking for suggestions for real, good, homey, traditional food, that does not require us to sell our first born (not actually a bad idea - the wife will probably object). Checked Trip Adviser but too many restaurants makes it a daunting task. Hoping to take advantage of others experiences.