Come to any restaurant in Rome and you are offered dozens of antipasto - you need only to choose!
Antipasto is a traditional snack in Italy. Lunch in Italy is usually in the evening (when we have dinner), and they begin it with antipasto. After it Italians eat paste, then a main course and dessert.
There are variety kinds of antipasto in Italy, and often in restaurants in Rome you can see the "buffet" - here you will have a deep dish and allow to fill it with any antipasto.
Antipasto usually are artichokes, zucchini and asparagus, potatoes, fresh vegetables, cheese, olives, frittata, seafood and more. You will find something to your taste.
€8-13 for plate.
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