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Nice little authentic food place, specializing in sandwiches, pasta and salad. But boy, this specialization is worth it 🙌 the sandwich with tasty, tender porchetta was equally amazing as the one with prosciutto and mozzarella.
Best panini ever. We had it with porchetta. It was amazing. Lasagna was homemade, it tasted so authentic. The place is cozy, the owner is very friendly. We had a delicious meal for two people with only 18 euros. Definitely we will come back whenever...we want to eat truly Italian!!More
Date of visit: January 2020
381cinziac, Proprietario at Paninoteca Slurp, responded to this reviewResponded January 16, 2020
Stopped for quick snack and were positively surprised by the attitude towards customers as well as the food quality. Very tasty sandwiches and salads for reasonable price. Will come back if again in Rome.
We called in here by chance after a day at the Vatican. We did go to a place across the road that we seen on Trip Advisor at first, but we weren't fussed on the menu . So we decided to go here and so...glad we did . We found it to be very friendly and the sandwiches we had was amazing and good value for money,would highly recomend if in the area .More
Such a lovely “hole-in-the-wall” place where they make homemade DELICIOUS sandwiches! They are so welcoming and kind. I had their traditional pork sandwich, amazing! And their coffees and desserts and so yummy!! Definitely recommend!!!
Date of visit: September 2019
381cinziac, Proprietario at Paninoteca Slurp, responded to this reviewResponded September 22, 2019
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