Forno Campo de’ Fiori

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Forno Campo de’ Fiori has been serving baked goods in the heart of the historic city center since 1970. The quality of their products is due in part to the hard work of Mario, Dino and Fabrizio. The rest of the credit goes to the high quality ingredients these men use for their dough. They are proud to use DOP Sabina olive oil, as well as other choice materials. The room where the pizza bianca and bread are baked is open, so take a peak inside and watch them roll out sheet after sheet for the hungry masses. Consistency, tenacity and wonderful products make this a favorite stop for anyone in the neighborhood.

Ambiance: Historic bakery.
Budget: Inexpensive.
Value: Very good.
Recommended goods: Pizza rossa, ciambelline al vino, figs and prosciutto on pizza bianca at the adjacent annex (August to September only).
Open: Mon-Sat 7:30-14:30 & 16:45-20:00. Closed August 15.
How to get there: 116 bus or bus to Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.
Credit cards: No.
Additional notes: Forno closes Saturday afternoons in the summer; the adjacent annex on the corner of Vicolo del Gallo is open Mon-Sat 10:30-16:45.

Address: Piazza Campo de’ Fiori, 22
Telephone: +39 0668806662

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