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Bakery
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“The most known Roman bakery! Always crowded as it is very famous for it's fresh italian "dolce" (sweet bakery) and "pane" (bread) ! ”
  • 132 locals recommend
Gourmet Shop
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“The Roscioli selections Roscioli is a name encompassing many culinary facets, in one operation. The Ristorante, the Salumeria, the Antico Forno, the Caffè Pasticceria, the Rimessa, and the Wine Club. All places of taste, skillfully managed and coordinated, where you can find the best of Roman, Italian, and international production, selected with great skill and passion over the years. The Roscioli family Roscioli is a family that, for four generations, has worked in the world of hospitality, food, and wine. It all started with the bakery on Via dei Chiavari. Then our set-up developed with the grocer on Via Giubbonari, which we now know as Ristorante Salumeria Roscioli. Antico Forno Roscioli is one of the historic brands of Rome; certificates have been recovered that attest to its presence in the Regola district since the first half of the 1800s. A papal edict arranged for the establishment of a bakery that would sell bread at affordable prices to people with limited financial ability right on Via dei Chiavari, and the Vatican census dated August 17th, 1824 confirms it all. Roscioli today Roscioli today is still a family: Alessandro and Pierluigi, two brothers who carry on the tradition, not allowing it to disappear as a custom of the past, but keeping it with the times, anticipating today’s food and wine needs, and focusing, with great passion, on the high quality of their selections.”
  • 81 locals recommend
Bakery
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“All the pizza and local sweets you wish for! Ideal for a quick, cheap and delicious meal to enjoy in the nearby Piazza Farnese, whose Palace hosts the French Embassy and Carracci's frescos. ”
  • 73 locals recommend
Bakery
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“The Regoli family opened their business in Rome in 1916 , they transformed their small operation into one of the city’s most beloved pastry shops. The display cases are packed with cakes, wild strawberry tarts, maritozzi (whipped cream-filled buns), and seasonal treats like bignè in late winter, colombe at Easter, and pandoro at Christmas. Have pastries packaged to take away, or order at the counter and the kitchen will send the items to your table at the neighboring Caffé Regoli. ( Via dello Statuto 60)”
  • 89 locals recommend
Bakery
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“ Makes some very good bread, pizzas and other savoury snacks you can buy on the go. Very traditional and very well-known in central Rome.”
  • 60 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“A rustic wine bar with plenty of choices of tapas, cold cuts, cheese, vegetables and a superb wine list. Few places so booking is suggested... or some time waiting is to be expected! Prices: 15,00/35,00€ ”
  • 32 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Roscioli is a traditional italian bakery with multiple stores around the city. You can find delicious traditional italian take-away food, hot bread directly from the oven, pasta, vegetables and much more.”
  • 35 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
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“The best gelato in Rome! Don't miss the special flavors with unexpected ingredients!”
  • 25 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
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“The ‘rosetta’ used to be the typical bread used for panini, especially for masons and workers. It’s a rounded sandwich bun, crunchy outside and empty inside so it can be filled with anything! Here you can taste a lot of creative Rosettas, even sweet ones and it’s definitely worth! Take away as well. Prices: 5,00/15,00€ ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Café
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“Very nice place, perfect for those who love both sweet and savory breakfast. Here you can please everyone: a wide range of confectionery and bakery products, pizzas and bread of all kinds. Also good for lunch”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bakery
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“This bakery sells traditional Roman Jewish sweets. The pizza ebraica — an almond-flour-based fruit cake studded with nuts, raisins, and candied fruits — is an easy specialty to eat on the fly, but the ricotta and sour-cherry tart is spectacular and worth the mess of eating a slice on one of the nearby benches. Also try the amaretti (sugar-packed almond paste cookies) and biscotti made with heaps of cinnamon and a smattering of whole almonds.( Via del Portico d'Ottavia 1)”
  • 21 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Neuralgic place in the neighborhood, international style, good service, sometimes crowded! Excellent for all needs at any time: both for the rich breakfast and a good coffee at all hours, including aperitif lunch and dinner!”
  • 16 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“For a very special occasion, this high-end restaurant (with its own bakery and delicatessen store) is the perfect place.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Bakery
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“It's an ancient biscuit shop where you can taste biscuit and other kind of sweetness made like made by hand in the same way as in the past. It will be great for a quick sweet treat or if you want to bring a delicious typical Italian souvenir. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Burgers and Italian cuisine, brunch and buffet aperitif, between pillars with exposed bricks and vintage furnishings.”
  • 17 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Raw chocolate and raw ingredients sweets and ice cream, vegan friendly and healthy. In one word, delicious. A bit pricey but worth it. ”
  • 21 locals recommend