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To a large extent, Panini and freshly baked breads are like the staple food Rome and Il Panino Ingegnoso is one of the best places to enjoy that. This restaurant and café is an ideal place to relish handcrafted sandwiches made with in-house baked breads, fresh ingredients, herbs, and spices. The flavors are a delight and so are the varieties, which will leave you wanting seconds. The pork sandwiches are worth a special mention and the so is the prosciutto.
La Prosciutteria Trevi, a fun Italian dining place, is located right behind the famous Trevi Fountain. Since its establishment, this restaurant has been a local and tourist favorite due to its location and its food. The place is always full, and since they do not take reservations you need to walk in a little early to enjoy the food at a leisurely pace. Their authentic Italian mixed platter or charcuterie, and their famous prosciutto platters, are delicious. Ideal for light eats with a crafted cocktail or pint of beer. La Prosciutteria Trevi lives up to its reputation, so stop by to experience it for yourself.
This modern little hole-in-the-wall shop, located on the Via del Nazareno is the perfect place to eat a quick panini when you find yourself leaving the Spanish Steps and traipsing your way to the Trevi Fountain. Here, the ragazzi are always kind and patient, and with all the ingredients to choose from, they are used to people ruminating a while. You will find all your ingredients typical from any salumeria, favorites like salami, prosciutto, mortadella and all different types of cheese. The place itself is quite small within and there are not many seats to eat on, however, while in Rome, with all the sites and monuments that abound nearby, you are bound to find a place to sit, other tourists notwithstanding.
Considered one of the best places in the city for a sandwich, Panino Divino is incredibly popular for good reason. The restaurant is small yet fabulous, and as you enter through those doors, you are actually entering sandwich heaven with so many varieties to choose from. Their breads are freshly baked with the best ingredients and filled with freshly prepared deli meats, seafood or fresh veggies. The restaurant is a short walk from the Vatican, making it a popular choice for a quick bite for tourists. A cut above your average sandwich shop, Panino Divino promises quality at reasonable prices.
200 Gradi or Duecentogradi is the place to be in for a good hearty sandwich of any kind. Just a few steps away from the Vatican and Prati, this small yet delightful place always is brimming with locals and tourists alike. On one side of the wall you will see adorned the vast menu christened after places in Rome. There are all types of meats, cheeses, veggies, sauces and more to choose for your sandwich. If you are unsure, just ask and you will be given a perfectly crafted sandwich that you will simple love. Open until the wee hours of the morning, 200 Gradi will delight your sandwich craving in every way.
A quaint little place in the heart of Rome, Ciacco & Bacco is rather unassuming but charming nonetheless. With interiors that blend contemporary and traditional decor elements, the cafe has a warm ambiance and a casual vibe. Ciacco & Bacco is rumored to have some of the best sandwiches in the city, but what really stands out is their collection of pastries and desserts. The strawberry tiramisu, orange and dark chocolate tiramisu, the panini with buffalo mozzarella, crusty sandwiches loaded with deli meats all stand out. Patrons can accompany their meal with a glass of wine from their selection. Ideal for a relaxed meal or a quick bite, Ciacco & Bacco offers a slice of Italy in the best way possible.