In the Lazio region, Salvatore Tiscione carries on the duty of chef at this Italian trattoria. Opened in 1936 and still operated by the Trivelloni family, the restaurant has a classic design with black and white checkered floors, soft woods and brick covering the walls, and white table cloths. The rustic food obeys the traditional Roman rule of daily specials corresponding to the days in the week. On Tuesday specifically, Da Felice serves one of its notable standbys: tonnarelli cacio e pepe, a long wavy noodle tossed in salt and pepper, butter, and pecorino.
Expect to find pecorino in abundance on the menu rather than parmesan, as Lazio is laden in sheep, and thus produces more pecorino than other regions in Italy.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Sunday - Closed
Cuisine Type:: Italian