This bakery is tucked in the hills of Grottaferrata, located in the Pratone and can be a bit difficult to find. However just ask, all the locals know how to get there! It’s full, especially on weekends.
Delicious bakery pizza ordered by the weight. Two of my favorites are the sweet onions or the roasted yellow and red bell peppers.
They make a crostata (pie) of pumpkin and another of mela cotogna, an ancient fruit similar to both an apple and pear which is not commonly found in other bakeries. We like them so much that we often serve a slice in our cafe with a cup of tea.
A loaf of the famous Lariano bread weighs more than 2 kilos and is so fresh it lasts for several days. The price is just €1.35/ kg which is a third of the price you’ll get charged in Rome’s center. I also like the small loaf of multigrain bread sliced and toasted with marmellata for breakfast
Lastly, I can’t forget to mention their friselle, fette biscottate, cookies, cakes or and wine. Everything tempts you!
Family operated and friendly service.