It was not dirty or too bad, but it was just a piece of bread with 2-3 slices of something in it. Too crispy, and hard to eat. You can find something better around there, not gonna revisit probably.
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Though I'm not a big fan of sandwiches, we were staying in the building so it seemed an obvious choice for lunch. As I said, to me it was ok, not an eye opening experience, but my husband enjoyed his sandwich very much. And as...More
I don't claim to know a lot about authentic Italian food, but I do know this place was darn good. It's very casual and affordable. My husband recommends the Sant'Ignazio, while I loved the Paradiso. The food was very tasty and fresh, and perfectly portable...More
We were super hungry after our day at the Vatican museum and St. Peter’s and this place was very close and very reasonably priced! If you dine in you get charged and extra euro for each item you order. We both enjoyed our paninis, the...More
We spent 4+ hours touring the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel and were STARVING by the time we left. Due Cento Gradi is just outside the walls of the museum and is the perfect spot to grab a panini, water and a glass of wine....More
We visited Deucentogradi in December after walking the Vatican and it was delicious. It's a little hole in the wall but totally worth the visit. The panini's hit the spot- especially after walking for such a long time. I believe I had one with Mortadella,...More
Don't miss this panini restaurant in Rome! It is close to the Vatican and the paninis are delicious. The bread is specially bake for them and the meat cheeses and toppings and top notch. They have a wide variety of paninis that include prosciutto, cotto...More