Morning meals in espresso-driven Rome can be disappointing, but look hard enough and you’ll find some breakfast relief
Just what constitutes breakfast is another one of the many culture chasms that separates Italy — and Rome in particular — from the rest of the world. Where else is it normal to start the day with shot of unsweetened espresso and not much else? Here, plenty of people do just that.
Home-served family breakfasts are a better bet, since they often include mocha-brewed caffellatte (what foreigners erroneously call a “latte”), slices of crusty home-style bread slathered with butter and marmalade, and plenty of fresh seasonal fruit.
Scrumptious breakfasts are yours for the having, and here is a shortlist of favorite some of the best breakfast spots in Rome.
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By Eleonora Baldwin