At box #15 at the Mercato di Testaccio, two former retirees serve some of Rome's best sandwiches - they're filled with Roman classics like carciofi alla romana (artichokes simmered with herbs), picchiapò (shredded brisket in a tomato and onion sauce), and pajata (intestines of suckling veal cooked in tomato sauce). Be sure to take a number when the stall is crowded and after you collect your order, grab a bench beside the stall and get to business.
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Da Cesare Al Casaletto
Cesare looks like an average neighborhood trattoria, but the food is far from it. Come for a low-key Sunday lunch.
Mercato Trionfale is Rome’s largest public market - while it doesn't look like much from outside, inside is full of quality products and produce.
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