This place opened a few years ago in the Prati area is confirmed as a good place to make a tasty snack. The madeleine that gives the bistrot its name is obviously the representative dessert but not the only one present: on the menu, in fact, there are a series of other desserts, all of French inspiration also available in practical single portions, such as the tasty apple tarte Tatin served with two scoops of cream ice cream on a biscuit crumble; less convincing is the madeleine with orange and cinnamon, with a slightly soft consistency that accompanied a really delicious vanilla and biscuit-flavored green tea called "je ne sais quois ..." from the French Theodore selection.
Open from morning until evening, the restaurant also offers a savory menu for those who want to stop to eat (for lunch or dinner) and for those who want to have an aperitif.
Very nice and welcoming, with the walls enriched with drawings of butterflies, the long counter and small marble tables where you can sit down; the dehor with sofas and comfortable armchairs, carved along the sidewalk, is also well structured.
Service: Kind and precise.
Madeleine, Via Monte Santo, 64 - Rome. Telephone 06/3728537
Review taken from The Black Sheep Publisher.