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This is the best bakery. If you do a foodie walking tour, they often include it but you can just head to Campo de Fiori and find it yourself. It doesn’t stand out straight away but it’s easy enough to find. It’s at the end...of the piazza that has the large, plain fountain, where the flower stalls are in the morning. It’s right behind them. Look for the brown ‘Forno’ sign halfway up the side of a corner building.
I can’t pass without picking up something. I can recommend a big, warm slab of take-away pizza but my favourite is a small bag of the crumbed olives. If you have a sweeter tooth than me, there are plenty of tempting sweet choices too.
Don't be put off by a queue – it moves very quickly.
The pizza seems to be coming out of the oven all the time so it is warm and fresh. It comes out in a huge rectangular slab and they will cut a slice off for you. The mushroom pizza and the zucchini are both delicious.
If you’re ordering pizza, choose your flavour first, then you will be charged by weight. You can just point to the flavour if you don't know the Italian word and you can just hold your hands up to show them whether you want a bigger or smaller slice.
Ordering might be a little confusing at first especially if its busy and crowded inside but once you’ve ordered at the food counter, you go over to the cash register in the corner and pay, then go back to the food counter to collect your food.
The best time to go is in the morning because there is a large flower and farmers’ market in the piazza at that time. Also be aware that the bakery closes in the middle of the day between 2:30 – 5 and is closed all day on Sundays. On the up side, it stays open until late, around 10pm.More
OMG! This place is the best takeaway place in Rome. For breakfast, they have pastries, biscuits and breads that are delicious. For lunch, they have the best pizza and sandwiches ever. The stuffed olives are out of this world and the prices are great. You...should not miss this place.More
How do they do it? Is it the 150-year-old location? Yeast permeates everything? It's magic. Seriously, I've never had better bread, and went here almost every day during our two-month stay nearby. Don't be intimidated -- practice your Italian and learn about all the different...kinds of baked goods that are available.More
I came here every day when I was studying Italian for a week. As everyone has said, the pizza is just fantastico! The lady at the till helped me to speak Italian. If you are in Rome you will not be disappointed.
After Reading the reviews here on TripAdvisor we decided to give the bakery a visit to buy pizza for lunch and we weren’t disappointed! The pizza was SO tasty and I do know where to get my lunch next time we visit Rome
Located on the periphery of Rome’s popular Campo de Fiori, Il Forno Campo de'Fiori has been a popular place for Pastries, Panini and Pizza since 1880, the latter not ready just moments after opening on Monday but several sweets showing the sort of rustic goodness...one expects from time and quality ingredients.
Open Monday through Saturday at 07h30, though Bakers are clearly present much earlier and continue to fold Dough in plain sight throughout the day, it is prior to entry that nostrils are greeted by the smell of Yeast, a variety of Loaves proving quite popular amongst early arrivals while Cookies, Tarts and laminated options are eaten mostly on the go by patrons en route to work.
English-friendly in terms of service, mostly-unlabeled shelves making this relevant to visitors curious about the contents of various Baked Goods it is only after thorough perusal that first-timers should make decisions, though leaving without Wine Biscuits or a spongy Coconut Macaroon would be a fool’s folly as both are reference standard.
Continuing with Corenetto, the fluffy Italian Croissant offered plain or filled, Fruits at Il Forno Campo de'Fiori come across bright and natural, whether in the case of Apricot Jam, stewed Blueberries or chunks of Apple filling the middle of Strudel better than most found in Germany.
Less convincing in terms of Biscotti, the fact that Il Forno Campo de'Fiori does not sell Coffee necessitating these dry Cookies be eaten elsewhere, a hidden gem on the case’s top shelf is labeled “Torta di Riso di Grazianella,” and inside it guests will find toothsome grains of Rice suspended in a Custard matrix not dissimilar to Portuguese Pasteis de Nata.More