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Among all Italian pasta bucatini - spaghetti with a hole - occupies a special place. Taste it in Rome.
How to try bucatini in Rome
The name "bucatini" comes from the word "buco", which means "hole". In fact, spaghetti with such an interesting name has a special appeal - in the center of the product is a hole.

The most delicious bucatini called Bucatini all'Amatriciana: it's the pasta with tomato sauce, red pepper and ham. Served in any restaurant in Rome.

Bucatini is best combined with seafood, especially sardines.

How much?

around €10 for a portion.
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