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Trattoria Mangia e Bevi information
Utterly unmissable, this loud and lively trattoria sees everyone from pierced students to bespectacled professori squeeze around the communal tables for brilliant home cooking at rock-bottom prices. Scan the daily-changing menu, jot down your choices and prepare yourself for gems such as grilled provola cheese, juicy salsiccia (pork sausage) and peperoncino -spiked friarielli (local broccoli).
The casareccio bread is crunchy perfection and best washed down with a plastic cup of vino.