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Malcolm Ruthven | Jan 9, 201802:35 PM    

Today I had lunch at Taste of Rome, first time I've been there in a very long time, and since reports here are several years old I thought I'd start a new thread. It still has its old-school vibe that I like a lot, and my Wild Salmon with Pappardelle Pasta (with tomato sauce, capers, black olives, garlic, and parsley - $19.95) was just excellent, as good as this dish could be. The serving size was quite large, larger than it appears in the photo. Customers seem to be at least as many locals as tourists, and there's a small free parking lot in the back. If you've forgotten about this place like I had, go back and check it out again.

Taste of Rome : Italian Restaurant & Cafe in Sausalito

Taste of Rome| Italian Restaurant and Coffee house

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