No time to Dine? Try One of These 10 Roman Street Foods [Reblog]

Wondering what to eat on your next break between seeing Rome’s most famous sites? Well, the Eternal City has many quick and easy treats to refresh you before you begin your journey again…and no, we don’t mean gelato!

 

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Arancini – Melted mozzarella, ragù (meat sauce), tomato sauce and peas are the usual fillings of this large-sized fried rice ball, a satisfying and easy to eat Sicilian treat.

Recommended: Venanzio Sisini,  Via di San Francesco a Ripa 137

 

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Crocchetta – A familiar food with a new taste, a fried potato croquette with a sumptuously gooey mozzarella center. It’s just enough bite to get you to your next destination.

Recommended: Venanzio Sisini,  Via di San Francesco a Ripa 137

 

 

 

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Filetti di Baccalà – Wrapped in paper for ease, one taste of this battered, deep-fried cod fillet transports your mind where your body cannot go: an enchanting Roman osteria.

Recommended: Filetti di Baccala, Largo Dei Librari 88

 

 

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Fiori di Zucca – Zucchini never tasted this good. Made from the exquisite blossoms of the zucchini plant, these deep-fried treats are typically stuffed with mozzarella and anchovy.

Recommended: Trattoria da Teo, Piazza dei Ponziani 7

 

 

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Olive Ascolane – For the truly bite-sized, order olive ascolane. Originating from Ascoli, these meat-stuffed olives are popular deep-fried and battered treat.

Recommended:  Pizzeria da Remo, Piazza Santa Maria Liberatrice 44

 

 

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Pizza al Taglio – Pizza by the slice. Savory white pizza covered with various fresh vegetable and/or meat toppings.

Recommended: Antico Forno la Stelletta, VIa della Scrofa 33

 

 

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Pizza Bianca – Warm white pizza, coated in olive oil and rosemary. What more needs to be said?

Recommended: La Boccaccia, Via di Santa Dorotea 2

 

 

 

 

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Porchetta Sandwich – For you meat-lovers out there. A hardy Roman specialty of sumptuous roast pork seasoned with rosemary sandwiched between a ceriola roll.

Recommended: Er Buchetto, Via del Viminale 2F

 

 

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Supplì – A popular snack amongst locals and tourist alike. The supplì is a fried rice ball, packed with all the yummy goodness of any Italian treat: mozzarella and ragù sauce.

Recommended: Venanzio Sisini,  Via di San Francesco a Ripa 137

 

 

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Tramezzino – Not just your standard half-sandwich. The tramezzino has many combinations:  mozzarella and spinach, egg and tomato, seafood and arugala.  Vegetarian friendly.

Recommended: La Bottega di Tramezzino, Via Ludovico del Monreale 4/E

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  -Article by  Diedré Blake

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