King Romulus founded this romantic city centuries ago and it still leaves the world in awe with its deep-rooted history and colossal buildings. It is now one of the most populated cities in Europe and the capital of Italy. People come here from around the globe in search of love or inspiration.
Updated: 15 November 2019
With that being said, we too have a list of the most loved yet affordable street food finds from Rome that made us cherish this beguiling city even more!
A popular confectionary treat of Rome that dates back to 16th century and has made its way to being one the tastiest street foods till now. II Gelatone lies in the Colosseum District and makes the smoothest and creamiest blends of gelatos. The place is famous for its hearty scopes of frozen treats and ginormous waffle cones worth Instagramming asap!
The best part is not only these gelatos are reasonably priced but this place also serves a wide assortment of vegan flavours. The staff also lets you taste a bit of every flavour to help you decide the one you want. Grab a cone here and venture out to explore this even city more!
Casa Manco– A food station established by a lovely family in 2016 near the Mattatoio – a museum of modern arts. Paola M uses Italian biologic flour that is yeasted for 100 hours before making delicate and airy slices of well-garnished pizzas. These are sold by weight in tapas-style.
The long line on the street says a lot about this place. You can pick and choose your favourite toppings as well. Opt for their vegan options and enjoy this finger-licking delight that is super affordable!
If you want a belly-filling meal visit this counter-serve deli, Food Factory, that has small batches of freshly made Italian or Mediterranean dishes ready for take-outs in cardboard boxes. They have a variety of vegan offerings too. Their homemade saucy portions of pasta and slices of pizza are yummy.
You can buy two 2 mains and 1 side in just 10 Euros. Depending on how much gluttonous you are this is sure to fill you up. Food Factory is comfortably placed in an open market of Piazza di S. Cosimato!
Feeling a little peckish after sight-seeing the famous Spanish Steps or Trevi Fountain find this sandwich shop, La Sandwicheria al Nazareno, hidden among hundreds alike. This place is fantastic for a quick stop of satisfying unwanted hunger. Priced between 4.50 and 6 Euros, they have more than 35 different sandwiches. These are made with freshly-baked loaves of baguettes. Their over-sized sandwiches are fantastic for lunch!
Rome is a city that leaves you mesmerized with its beauty and food. Try every single one of these local finds and feel the same as we do!
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