6 Best Places for Dessert & Coffee in Rome


TOP PLACES IN ROME TO GRAB DELICIOUS DOLCES


Upon completing my 5th month in Rome I decided to make a short list of my top 6 places for dessert&coffee in Rome. Gelato, croissant, tiramisu, coffee and many other heavanly food that will made you addicted!

1-GELATERIA LA ROMANA

PRICES

2 Scoops 2,20€ – 3 Scoops 2.70€ – 4 Scoops 3.20€ – 5 Scoops 4.00€ – Crepes from 3.00 €

WORKING HOURS

Monday-Friday         12:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Saturday-Sunday     11:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Gelateria la Romana is a small gelato&dessert chain in Rome and they have the best ice cream I have ever had in my life! For me their ice cream is artisanship, it is pure art! Also the interior of the shop is very elegantly designed.Gelateria La Romana has 3 branches and for sure they all have the same quality! However, I kinda feel more hooked on the one that is on Via Cola di Rienzo.

If you go to the one on Via Cola di Rienzo, just take a long walk on that street while eating tour gelatos. But if you want to sit somewhere while eating your gelato, I suggest you to go down to the canal through the stairs which at the point where th bridge ends. You will be amazed how quite and peaceful is the canal. The variety of flavours will surprise you! My favourite ones are banana, pistachio, dark chocolate and mango. You should definetely try out these. If you are not a gelato person, you might as well try out their other desserts. Okay, even the name says a lot about their experty on ice cream, however they also have pretty tasty crepes, crumb cakes and pies.


Banana, Pistachio, Mango and Dark Chocolate combination is amazing!


The interior of Gelateria La Romana.



2-SANT’ EUSTACHIO IL CAFFE 

WORKING HOURS

Sunday-Thursday        8:00 AM – 1:00 AM

Friday                          8:00 AM – 1:30 AM

Saturday                      8:00 AM – 2:00 AM

The best espresso I have had in Italy! Among locals, this small shop is considered to be serving the tastiest espresso in Rome. Frankly, the espresso I had was super smooth taste-wise.

Having been located only 5 minutes away by walk from the ancient Roman temple Pantheon, Sant’ Eustachio Il Cafe is a pretty popular spot among tourists. Don’t be surpsised if you see a long line of people waiting in front of the shop. If you prefer to sit outside and ask for service, you will be charged 2.5 Euros per person. Personally I would recommend you to have your drink while standing at the bar for it gives you a more authentic Italian espresso shop experience.


Inside the shop. You might as well get packed coffee to take it back to your country.


That’s how the shop looks like. Look carefully so it would be easier for you once you are there to discern the place amongst the tourist crowds.


This is the most up-to-date menu I could find. Anyways just check it to have an idea about the prices 🙂



3-TWO SIZES

WORKING HOURS

Friday-Saturday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Sunday-Thursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Yummiest tiramisu ever! Two Sizes is rated as the best tiramisu place in Rome on Internet. Which means that it is seriously dope! 🙂

The funny thing is, even though they are rated as the best tiramisu place, their prices are the cheapest 🙂 Two Sizes is very small, literally a hole in the wall but it is always packed! 

They have 3 different sizes: Big 3.50 €, Medium 2.50 €, Small 1.50 € (literally the small one is 2 morsels).  Classic, Caramel, Pistachio, Peanut Butter and Strawberry are the flavours they have. But I always go with the classic one 🙂


I just grabbed a tiramisu and took a night walk in downtown Rome. Try it sometime! 🙂


Oh it looks like heaven! <333



4-FARO

WORKING HOURS

Monday-Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday-Sunday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

In Faro I had the best cappucino! Unlike the places that are mentioned above Faro is not really like a small shop where you get stuff for take away then leave. It is a proper cafe where you can sit for a long time and chill as you wish.

I am not a fan of their food but I really am fond of their coffee and desserts. Apart from the stuff on menu, they often prepare different desserts like some sort of “dessert of the day” 🙂 However they don’t do it everyday so just name it yourself 🙂 Ask the staff if they can recommend what has been made that very day. You will not be disappointed I assure you 🙂

Faro has some assortic desserts like pumpkin cheesecake and strawberry crumb cake in flowerpot. The staff is very friendly and they speak English. Don’t forget to have cappucino in Faro! Hope you like it folks! 🙂


Chicken Sandwich, Cappucino, Americano and Strawberry Cheesecake 🙂


Interior of Faro. Pretty cosy 🙂



5-POMPI

WORKING HOURS

Everyday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Indisputably Pompi is the first place that comes to mind when you think of tiramisu in Rome! It is not my favoriute but I still like it very much. 

Pompi has 7 branches in Rome, however the most popular Pompi is the one near Piazza di Spagna. Many people sit on the stones on the abutting street and have their tiramisu very uncomfortably. Not very fun ain’t it? Grab yourself a tiramisu, walk towards the Spanish Steps and have your dessert there 🙂 No rush no hurry! Just enjoy your time :)) The scenery is amazing there. It will definetely make you feel like a Roman 🙂  In addition you can also opt for the branch near Trevi Fountain. But I think that area is always so packed and it is not very fun to try to find a place to sit and have tiramisu while hundreds of people are walking in caos. I would opt for the first one, but of course you are the boss of your trip 🙂

I personally like the classic one the most for it has a very balanced taste between bitter chocolate and sweet cream, however you should also try the one with banana! The prices vary between 4.00-5.00 €.


Classic Tiramisu and Spanish Steps <3


Apart from classic, you can also have tiramisu with strawberries, banana or berries 🙂 Opt for banana I would say :))



6-LA CASA DEL CAFFE TAZZA D’ORO

WORKING HOURS

Monday-Saturday 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Sunday 10:30 AM – 7.15 PM

Sant’ Eustachio vs. Tazza D’oro. I always hear this debate when people start speaking about which place has the best coffee in Rome. After some time it fells like Roma vs. Lazio rivalry 🙂

Tazza D’oro is literally right near Pantheon. It is one of the places that has managed to maintain their quality and consistency despite the fame. Doesn’t matter when you go, you will always find this place full of people! I love the coffee there! One small suggestion: before you go to Tazza D’oro, get yourself a small pack of Ferro Rocher and have it with your coffee. Blends together so well 🙂

Before going to Pantheon just stop by Tazza D’oro and recharge your energy with a cup of tasty coffee! Or you might as well come here to get some rest after covering the major spots around! As you see fit! In the end, your vacation is a movie which you star in! 🙂


Tazza D’oro has such an cool exterior. Vintage fonts and pine trees. It draws attention at first sight 🙂


That is how the interior looks like. Again I recommend you to have your drink at the bar. It feels more authentic! 🙂 You can also chat with the staff. They are pretty friendly and chill people 🙂


IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN POSTS ABOUT ROME – ITALY, CHECK OUT THE DAY TRIP TO THE ITALIAN SEASIDE TOWN OF OSTIA POST AS WELL!


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