Mercato Centrale Roma features food stalls, shops and dining facilities.
Mercato Centrale Roma is a food emporium located in Rome's central train station Termini, open daily from 08.00 until midnight, with an entrance at Via Giolitti 36.
The ground-floor Mercato Centrale Roma features 18 artisan food stalls– from butchers and bakers to stands offering gelato, wine, ramen, sushi and vegetarian/vegan options – while the first floor is home to a restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Oliver Glowig.
The market also hosts some big names behind its stalls, including pizza by Gabriele Bonci of Pizzarium fame, and cheeses selected by Beppe Giovale, as well as the popular Trapizzino street food.
The Rome food market is a venture of Florentine businessman Umberto Montano and is modelled on his Mercato Centrale in Florence, which has done a booming trade since opening in 2014. For full details see Mercato Centrale Roma website.
AddressRoma Termini, Via Giovanni Giolitti, 36, 00185 Roma RM, Italy
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