Trapizzino: street food in Rome

Tasty triangular pockets of pizza bianca with fillings of your choice.

The trapizzino is a cross between a tramezzino (sandwich) and a slice of pizza, and is a popular street food snack in Rome.

Stuffed with a variety of tasty warm fillings, this triangular pocket of pizza also has the winning combination of being substantial and cheap at the same time.

Photos courtesy Trapezzino

Classic fillings include the polpetta al sugo (meatballs), pollo alla cacciatora (chicken) or the vegetarian parmigiana di melanzane, along with more adventurous varieties such as octopus or tripe.

In Rome there are Trapizzino branches in Testaccio (Via Giovanni Branca 88), Trastevere (Piazza Trilussa 46) and Ponte Milvio (Piazzale Ponte Milvio 13).

For more information see Trapizzino website.

General Info

Address Via Giovanni Branca, 88, 00153 Roma RM, Italia

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Trapizzino: street food in Rome

Via Giovanni Branca, 88, 00153 Roma RM, Italia

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