Photo courtesy of Pasticceria Regoli
Where to Eat Rome's Most Endangered Pastry
Maritozzi, Rome’s old school yeasted buns, were once ubiquitous breakfast pastries. But as times changed, so did the menu, and now only a handful of places spotlight this disappearing classic. Century-old Pasticceria Regoli and newly opened Caffè Pasticceria Roscioli both do delicious versions of this historic sweet, which they slice open and serve filled with a slather of fluffy, subtly sweetened whipped cream.
By Afar Magazine, AFAR Staff
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