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This shop sells honey, preserves, liqueurs and other interesting foodie oddities - including an elixir for long life - made in monasteries across Italy.
Corso Rinascimento 72
This wonderful shop roasts its own espresso beans and has lots of Italian regional specialities and imported foodstuffs: it's the place for expats hankering...
Via Cola di Rienzo 196
Though it specialises in Viennese cakes, Dolceroma is also the place for American-style carrot cake and chocolate-chip cookies. It's not cheap.
Via Portico d'Ottavia 20B
Run by three dour ladies, this tiny shop has no sign but is immediately recognisable by the line of slavering regulars outside. Among other goodies, they...
Via Portico d'Ottavia 1
A dream of a deli, for just about anything you could ever want to eat: cheeses from everywhere, cured meats and ready-to-eat meat and seafood dishes...
Via Cola di Rienzo
Pulses spill from great sacks stacked around this treasure trove of foodie specialities from all over the world. Currants for your Christmas pud? Crunchy...
Via Natale del Grande 31
This former London model-turned-pastry-goddess, bakes up sumptuous cheesecake, chocolate fudge cake, carrot cake, cupcakes and cookies. Dangerously rich and...
Piazza del Paradiso 56-57
This fairytale chocolate shop with beautiful gift-boxes is especially lovely at Christmas, when you'll have to fight to get your hands on the excellent...
Via del Piè di Marmo 21
A boutique of a baker's, where bread, biscuits and sweet and savoury treats vie for attention with a selection of speciality cheeses and preserves. The...
Via Merulana 54
A Trastevere institution, surviving eviction orders and the vicissitudes of sweet-eating fashion. Sachertorte and spicy, nutty pangiallo are specialities,...
Via del Moro 37B
One of the best delis in Rome, with exceptional cheese, hams and salamis. It's hard to get away without one of the jolly assistants loading you up with...
Via Marmorata 47