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“Best artichoke sandwich in town!”
Review of Mordi e Vai

Mordi e Vai
Ranked #155 of 14,714 Restaurants in Rome
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $3 - $6
Cuisines: Italian, Gastropub
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Dining options: Breakfast
Neighborhood: Aventino
Description: Mordi e Vai by Sergio Esposito, Roman cuisine, regional champion in 2013 in the category of street food (premium received by the "Gambero Rosso"). Stuffing sandwiches, mostly with simple dishes of Roman tradition and not only ... The tripe with tomato sauce and bacon, the Scottona allesso (house specialty), the picchiapo, the sausages (Cecchini), and then boiled dumplings ... one leads to another. Flavors, simple and raw materials of excellence! The meat, strictly "Scottona", the bread, baked fresh every morning from the ancient oven "Passi" in Testaccio, are some of the elements in a short time have consecrated "Mordi & Vai" as a must see for roman lovers of street food.
Reviewed February 29, 2016

Great sandwich, cheap, tasty, clean, good service, nice owner. Can't really say more. Go and try it, its worth all the travelling to the Testaccio Market!

Date of visit: February 2016
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Reviewed February 29, 2016

We went for a breakfast from Termini, and absolutely worth it, no crowd, perfect strat for a day! The artichoke and Sergio grandma's meatball paninis were just excellent.

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Reviewed February 28, 2016

Outstanding and tasty street food in the Testaccio market. Usually not a fan of street food but this is amazing. Im glad I gave it a try and ticked it of the list, would recommend if you are near by the market.

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Reviewed February 19, 2016

Long queue. We waited 20 minutes, but it's worth it. Menu is only in Italina, so we asked someone to translate it for us. Just great paninos. Take meat in it, and enjoy.! Like-a-local place.

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Thank mmaraa
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Reviewed February 7, 2016 via mobile



It was a long line and the Q-system was a bit messy but one who waits for something good never waits to long
We tasted the artichoke and Roma di Alesso
Yum!!

Date of visit: February 2016
Thank Vera B
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