We’ve tested it and will be publishing a full review very soon. In the meantime, scroll down to see what others are saying about Sora Margherita.
What people are saying
- An American in Rome (2018) advises you to order the dish that Sora Margherita is rightly famous for – the cacio e pepe topped with a dollop of ricotta cheese – while reading the walls covered with “notes from diners written on old receipts and scraps of paper to declare their undying love for the trattoria.”
- Travel & Leisure notes that “just finding the entrance to Sora Margherita is part of the experience at this hole-in-the-wall trattoria in the old Jewish ghetto. Hidden behind a red braided curtain, the unmarked door leads to a small room with simple wooden chairs, white-clothed tables, and dozens of articles and snapshots lining the walls.”
- The Guardian (2007) by chef Giorgio Locatelli says “the food on offer is unapologetically rough and ready Roman and Jewish fare. If you ever manage to locate it, do try the carciofi alla giudia (deep-fried artichoke) and the fettuccine cacio e pepe.”