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This bakery near Campo de' Fiori is a favorite with the locals. Its pizza a taglio, or pizza by the slice, comes out of the oven piping hot and fresh to keep customers happy. The toppings range from a... Read More
This bakery near Campo de' Fiori is a favorite with the locals. Its pizza a taglio, or pizza by the slice, comes out of the oven piping hot and fresh to keep customers happy. The toppings range from a simple margherita (tomato sauce and mozzarella) and rossa (just tomato sauce) to more complicated arrangements like sausage and fiori di zucca. There will be something to please everyone. And if it's something more substantial you're after, then there is a small buffet with local vegetables and sometimes porchetta, or stuffed, roasted pork. Often the small takeaway place gets crowded so ask for your lunch to be wrapped up and take it to nearby Campo or Piazza Farnese where your kids can enjoy eating outside. TRAM: 8 BUS: 30, 40, 62, 64, 70, 87
- Recommended as Best Value Because: Pizza by the slice for lunch or an early dinner won't set you back more than a few euro.
- Best for Take Out Because: A locals' favorite, not many beat the Roscioli bakers in the center of Rome for bread and pizza al taglio.
- Best for Lunch Because: Roscioli has earned its reputation as one of Rome's best bakeries and their pizza proves it time and time again.
- Best for Family Friendly Because: One of Rome's best bakeries, Roscioli has treats for the whole family.