It grieves me that I did not record my favourite eateries when I spent my year in Rome. However, my recent trip to the Eternal City proved fruitful indeed. I overloaded myself with countless meals. Actually, I suppose I could count them if I really wanted to. But I don’t!
Pane e Salame is a splendid sandwich shop. The menu is fast and fully amenable to one’s fickle desires. Often, I would order a panini and go to sit by the Trevi fountain, an easy 3 minute walk away, watching the heaving tourists and the resplendent cascading waters.
I must have tried 75% of the paninis there in my time. However, on this occasion, I went for the U panini. You’ll be able to see the menu here:
U was the ham; brie; lettuce and truffle cream panini. Oh what a joyous snack. The bread is made freshly each day. It can be a little crunchy. Masticate with care, as they say. My sandwich is pictured below:
Nel cuore di Roma, a pochi passi da Fontana di Trevi!
Salumi e formaggi di qualità, tutti rigorosamente italiani!