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Take a slice of toasted bread rubbed with garlic and olive oil drenched - bruschetta, famous snack from Roman times!
How to try bruschetta in Rome
Bruschetta is the most popular snack in Rome, it is made from toasted slices of bread rubbed with fragrant garlic and poured with olive oil. On top of the bread you can put a wide variety of toppings - prosciutto, tomatoes, basil and mozzarella.

How much?

about €2.5.

Tips and hints

«Bruschetta» in Italian means only toasted bread with garlic and oil, so you must order «bruschette» (in plural) - then you will bring a plate of toasts with various toppings.

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