Widely regarded as one of the best places for pizza al taglio in Rome, the ten-minute walk from the ridiculously busy Vatican is worth the detour if only to escape the hordes of tourists, but don’t expect the cheap meal the guidebooks proclaim; the food is overpriced and in my opinion overrated.
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This small bakery in the corner of Campo de’ Fiori is divided into two separate shops, with one specialising in cakes, bread and biscuits and the other in pizza al taglio. Both produce some of the best baked goods in Rome, but the pizza is bordering on perfection.
Located on the other more-residential side of the Vatican, Panificio Fornaci sells some of the best baked goods in Rome. The freshly made pizza al taglio is as good as anywhere and the jam and cream filled cornetti are unquestionably the best I’ve ever eaten.