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Food scene in Rome

Gourmet Shop
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“Eataly is a huge food shop and restaurant. It is unique in promoting the italian food through the vast collection of goods around Italy”
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Dessert Shop
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“A TIRAMISU' you should try, you'll find in bar POMPI, near Re di Roma metro stop.”
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Bar
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“Once a café frequented by the Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini. Now a trendy bar and restaurant for young intellectuals and artists. ”
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Pizza Place
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“One of the best Pizza in Rome! Very wide choice of Pizzas! There is always a queue so get there early (19:00/19:30)!!”
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Bakery
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“Some rave about their desserts and coffee, others rave about their aperitivo. Either way you have it, Panella is a must when visiting Rome to try traditional Italian pastries, pizza, & coffee. Walking by the restaurant alone is enough to make you want to stop in – their extremely tempting display of sweets gets their customers every time.”
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Italian Restaurant
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“Delicious local restaurant, big portion and very cheap near the guesthouse. Need reservation.”
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Pizza Place
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“Share your table with other guests if you manage to get a table! It's probably the most popular pizzeria in Rome and I strongly recommend to go early (7:00PM) or late (10:30PM) to get a table, as they do not accept reservations. It's at 9 min. walking”
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Café
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“If you are curious to try the best coffe in Rome made with traditional coffee machine, don't miss this!”
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Café
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“Great place for visit!Often there you can find different photo exhibitions.”
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Italian Restaurant
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“Used mainly by Italians and not touristy place, this charming bistrot is great for an "aperitivo". The restaurant is a bit expensive, but well worth.”
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Pizza Place
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“Nicknamed the “Michelangelo of pizza,” Gabriele Bonci has elevated pizza by the slice from a mundane snack into an edible masterpiece. Using the same spelt ancient Romans would have baked their bread with, Bonci tops his dough with experimental combinations like grilled peaches and chicory; pumpkin, guanciale, and smoked mozzarella; mortadella and chickpeas; and seared tuna with onions. The menu varies daily, Bonci estimates he produces about 1,500 types of pizza annually.”
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Italian Restaurant
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“The remains of Ancient Rome! Spectacular, magic archaeological site in the heart of Rome. Highly recommended a guided tour that allows you to understand the real life of the Ancient Romans!”
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Pizza Place
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“One of the most popular places to try roman's style pizza (thin and crispy) and locai fried specialties as olive ascolane, artichokes, baccala (fish fried), suppli (a filled rice ball). Always crowded and noisy. No reservation. $ (wed. closed, opens till late) ”
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Gourmet Shop
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“%06 687 5287; www.salumeriaroscioli. com; Via dei giubbonari 21; meals €55; h12.30- 4pm & 7pm-midnight Mon-Sat; jVia Arenula) The name Roscioli has long been a byword for foodie excellence in Rome, and this luxuri- ous deli-restaurant is the place to experience it. Tables are set alongside the deli counter, laden with mouth-watering Italian and for- eign delicacies, and in a small bottle-lined space behind it. The sophisticated food is top notch and there are some truly outstand- ing wines to go with it.”
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Italian Restaurant
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“Pizza, fish, meat, wine... They have you covered, and the location is reeeally nice, in the always trendy and vividly living district os San Paolo Ostiense”
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Market
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“Per colazioni, apertivi, pranzi e cene. For breakfast, aperitif, lunch and dinner.”
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