7 Places to Eat a Great Panino in Rome
Nothing beats a sandwich for a quick lunch on the go and Rome’s panino game is strong. Whether you want a simple ham and cheese baguette, a traditional Roman stew squashed between local bread or a gourmet spin on classic combos there are plenty of great-value sandwich spots to satisfy both your tastebuds and your wallet.
Introducing Our Brand New Testaccio Market Food Tours
The neighbourhood of Testaccio is often cited as having some of the best food in Rome, so Local Aromas are proud and excited to announce two new Testaccio Market food tours.
Come with us as we peel back the layers of Roman cuisine from ancient times until today, tracing the history of the neighbourhood and its development and eating as we go.
By Kate Zagorski
Where to eat the most delicious pizza al taglio in Rome
For a tasty snack or quick lunch in Rome you can’t go wrong with pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice). Across the city there are thousands of small takeaway shops and bakeries selling this popular street food which is priced by the kilogram then simply sold by weight. Unlike the more traditional sit-down pizzerias, pizza al taglio is an altogether more informal affair and will cost you just a few euros.
Suppli Roman Street Food
Suppli, the King of Roman street food. Imagine a ball of rice, dressed with tomato sauce and a heart of mozzarella cheese. Then imagine this same ball tossed in egg, rolled in bread crumbs and deep fried.