You’ve heard right that Italians like to sit down and take long breaks to dine but sometimes we are in a hurry, having the need to eat fast. The quality of food will however be good, though. Take away pizza is as good as the standard one and can be combine with potatoes croquettes or the typically roman supplì, fried rice balls. Otherwise, all bars have a selection of bread-rolls and sandwiches. Lastly, you can also have Sicilian-style take away food in many outlets all over the city. Mouthwatering, believe me!
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