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We went there to relax after having spent an hour in teh delicatessen next door. There are is such a variety of cakes to choose from you are spoilt for choice. We decided to be glutinous and had six littel cakes between us and a...More
I had read reviews of this pasticceria online from a blog or something and wanted to go. All of the pastries look delicious. I went around 7:30pm, so later in the day. It was surprisingly cold for May in Rome and I really wanted a...More
we ordered 2x tiramisu at the price of 5 € when paying us, she accused Mrs. 2x 6 € and the price was suddenly quickly lost. Let them fall to their advantage. Tiramisu looked better than a taste. But coffe was fine.
Very nice looking patisserie a bit old style.
Pastries are nothing out of the ordinary tbh but overall ok. Nice hot chocolate and marron glaces!
Bell’arredamento un pò in stile antico.
I pasticcini non son nulla di particolare ma comunque freschi.
La cioccolata calda molto...More
This Pasticceria is a little off the usual tourist path and we only came here as part of a walking food tour of Testaccio (see Mind The Guide reviews), but we will be back, the next time that we visit Rome.
This is where we...More
Words are too small to express the flavor and perfection of this various cakes but my photo tells everything.
Dear Pasticceria Barberini,you made my day in Rome.I deeply regret,that I could taste only the pictures cakes.
Your capuccino&sweets is my roman dream to remember!Keep walking!You...More
In the Via Marmorata, right opposite of one of the 3 Marmorata bus stops (the Galvani stop), is this fantastic pasticceria. Highly popular, the locals mostly take the small bites 'barco', i.e. while Standing, so there are seats available ('tavolo', which is a little more...More
This lovely pasticceria is located steps from our apartment so we visited it every morning for a croissant and cappuccino. The croissants were delicious. We usually each had the chocolate croissant . I ventured out to try the spritz pastry and the apple pastry. Delicious!...More
A non-stop photo and souvenir opportunity, Trevi is all about action. From early morning through the wee hours, the piazza surrounding Trevi Fountain hosts a never-ending flow of tourists hoping to make a wish or take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming gelaterias, uncanny bars, kitsch shops, and a range of hotels make up the local landscape. Beneath the bustle are the remains of an ancient neighborhood that you
can visit by heading over to a repertoire cinema and asking for a peek underground. There is something for everyone, but if peace and quiet are what you seek, plan to visit in the early morning hours.
Response from Bridget E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I think you are confusing this one, which is on Via Marmorata, in the Testaccio area, with one that is showing on Google Maps at Via Barbarini. Other than it showing on google maps I have no info on it. The one on Via... More
Hi, I think you are confusing this one, which is on Via Marmorata, in the Testaccio area, with one that is showing on Google Maps at Via Barbarini. Other than it showing on google maps I have no info on it. The one on Via Marmorata is very easy to find, Please don't hesitate to ask if you need any help. :-)