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“Best place to eat in Rome with a few Euros!”

La Prosciutteria Trevi
Ranked #47 of 12,585 Restaurants in Rome
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $6 - $12
Cuisines: Italian, Wine Bar
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Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighborhood: Trevi
Description: Sandwiches, salami and cheese wood platter, wine by glass or bottle.
Reviewed March 31, 2014

Excellent food, excellent place, excellent music, excellent staff, and the best bathroom in a restaurant in Rome! Close to Fontana di Trevi, we went there twice. On both times we had sanduiches with "prosciutto crudo" (ham), pecorino cheese or mozzarella di buffala (delicious). Red wine and white wine are delicious, everything made in their own Tuscany farm. Good value for good food!

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Reviewed March 29, 2014

The Prosciutto Hams hanging in the window attracted our attention as we came from visiting Trevi Fountain - late afternoon visit that despite the fact we were not planning to stop and eat we enjoyed a couple of glasses of great wine and the food platter contained a plentiful selection of meats,cheese and vegetables - welcoming - authentic - relaxing and great value!

1  Thank Paul P
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Reviewed March 23, 2014 via mobile

Eccentric, tiny bar/restaurant/wine shop 1 min walk from Trevi fountain.
Inexpensive, good wines and fantastic cured hams etc.
The cold meat and vegetable boards are a picture and delicious.

Thank jazzbo F
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Reviewed March 22, 2014

Owned by a half English half Italian lady this unique little restaurant has only been open for a matter of weeks. I am so pleased we fell upon this place. We were only in Italy for four nights and we ate here twice!

There are only about twenty covers, some of these are standing! The food is lovely, the wine delightful and the service welcoming.

The decoration is fascinating, rustic, bohemian,off the wall. The wines selection is amazing, just help yourself from the display and the staff will open it for you.

A huge mixed plate (log) for two (main course) was 20 euros. Great value.

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1  Thank Zometa
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Reviewed March 22, 2014

Went here on our 1st night, as had read the reviews on T/A. It is not a restaurant as such, but a wine bar that serves cold cuts, and some of the best cold cuts of hams and cheese I've had. the wine and beer prices are the best we came across, and at 5 Euros for a wooden board of cold meats and cheese per person you will not get better.

It is very small,but I went there every day, just for a beer or glass of wine ( and a little snackette ) when the wife was having a siesta after doing the tourist bit.

The staff are great and friendly.

we met some wasps supporters and a couple from Colchester, all spontaneous, but we had a great night. I was the one who thought he had his camera dipped from its case, only to find it in his pocket 15 minutes later ( what a Idiot ).
I recommend this venue, and should i return to Rome, it will be on my list.

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