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Cafe Roma Restaurant Review: If you’re looking for classic, old-school, white-linen dining, then Café Roma is for you. The authentic cuisine is crafted using time-honored techniques and fresh ingredients, an approach that shines in dishes such as house-made pappardelle with boar ragù, bucatini carbonara with pancetta, and ravioli stuffed with local goat cheese, and it’s always hard to pass up the seasonal wild salmon served with a fennel beurre blanc. Most of the pastas are made from scratch, and you can bet there’s a whole lot of simmering going on when it comes to making the sauces. Desserts are for the most part traditional, but tasty: tiramisu, gelato and crème brûlée. Many regional labels are featured on the wine list, which includes more than two-dozen by-the-glass options, and there’s a good range of Italian selections, too.