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5 of Rome’s Best Street Eats

Risotto balls, pizza pockets, and panino romanesco, oh my!

It’s no secret that foodies are spoilt for choice in Rome, but when neither a fashionista fine diner nor a laidback meal of cucina povera will sate your snack craving, try these one-trick street food vendors dishing up old-school and new age treats that are cheap, easy, and oh-so delicious.

Step into nostalgic corner caff Supplizio for friendly neighbourhood patrons and crispy-gooey risotto balls; or line up with the locals outside Trapizzino not for the pizza, but the signature pockets stuffed with gourmet recipes (hellooo pollo cacciatore). 

Roman feel-good food also abounds at Mordi e Vai, where the paninos are packed full of traditional dishes (like the l’allesso alla picchiapo; tender beef cooked with onions, carrots and celery).

Or perhaps you want to tantalise your tastebuds with more modern flaves? You’ll get a change of pace at cute Dall’Anto, with guilt-free delicacies like organic crepes made from chickpea and chestnut flour, topped with basil and olive oil or stuffed with ricotta. Yum!

Supplizio, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 143, Campo, Rome. +39 06 8987 1920, facebook: @supplizio

Trapizzino, Via Giovanni Branca, 88, Testaccio, Rome. +39 06 4341 9624,

Mordi e Vai, Box 15, Nuovo Mercato Comunale di Testaccio (Testaccio Market), Testaccio, Rome. +39 339 134 3344,

Dall’Anto, Via Madonna dei Monti, 16, Monti, Rome. +39 06 678 0712,

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