We decided to eat at this restaurant near our hotel and right near the Trevi Fountain in the heart of Rome. Because the street was teeming with tourists and a bit crowded, we decided to sit inside, not out. It was nice inside and the menu was very helpful, in that all items containing gluten were marked. Other allergens were marked, too. While they didn't have any gluten free pizza or pasta, there were many, many options to choose from among the antipasti, salads, and meat entrees (and good grilled vegetables, too!). We had a nice meal and some good wine here. It is a bit pricier than some comparable restaurants, probably because of its location right in the heart of things. For example, I regretted paying 5 euros for a cappuccino, when ordering one from the counter of a bar/coffee shop is usually no more than 2 euros. That's what happens when you order one seated at a restaurant! Oh well...it's Rome!