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Pastificio Guerra
Pastificio Guerra

Pastificio Guerra

9.33 reviews
$$$$
Italian, Asian/Pacific
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8 Via della Croce, Rome | Piazza di Spagna, 00187 Rome, Italy
39066793102
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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

This place is good but not great. While visiting Rome, we saw the queue and hopped in it. The line was crowded with locals and a few tourists and whenever a place is predominantly frequented by people who live nearby, you know it's a legit food place.

Basically you get two choices that change every day: Pasta #1 or Pasta #2. It's the luck of the draw what will be on offer, but the pasta is fresh and made in house every day. Each plate costs 4 Euro, making for a cheap and tasty meal in Rome. Our choices were both tube pastas (bummer, I was hoping for some thin noodles or tortellini): ziti pomodoro and a rigatoni carbonara. We ordered a plate of each.

The pastas were good but certainly not the best I've ever had. The sauce was mixed with the pasta and barely coated the noodles. I know this is the "right" way to eat pasta but I could've used just a teeny bit more sauce. The portion sizes were large and folks who aren't big eaters would have no problems sharing one plate. This has to be one of the best dining bargains in all of Italy.

There's hardly any space in the restaurant but there are a few small counters where you can stand and eat. Most likely you'll have to take it out and find a spot on the street to eat standing up (which isn't exactly smiled upon in Rome).

I'll try this place again next time I'm visiting my favorite city, but I think there are far better fresh pasta options in town.

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New Orleans, Louisiana
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The best takeout pasta in Rome. Two types of
Pasta and two types of sauce made daily. Costs $4 for takeout box of either kind and for a cup for water. Delicious and cheap!

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Magliano Sabina, Italy

Lunga è la fila che si srotola fuori il pastificio guerra quando arriva l'ora di pranzo. Si entra con tanta fame e si esce felici, con un piatto di pasta fresca, cucinata sul momento, come ravioli, fettuccine, pappardelle. Da leccarsi i baffi e non solo. I prezzi sono super accessibili, ottimi per chi cerca qualcosa di buono, da mangiare seduti sulle scale di Piazza di Spagna, a due passi dal pastificio.

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