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“Make sure to take your carryout bags with you.”

Coop. Consumatori S.C.R.L.
Ranked #124 of 500 Shopping in Rome
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

We've shopped the Coop at Vicolo della Moretta on several trips. Tried the Pam Local this trip but returned to Coop. Coop has nearly everything one needs and the meat/cheese/olive section is a plus. Wine selections are pretty broad and good value. The plastic bags you can buy there to carry your groceries home aren't as robust as I like, therefore we pack some thicker ones just for shopping. Regarding the review about rude service, we've found that a "Buon Giorno" to all is always appropriate.

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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

We shopped many times at the Coop Supermarket located on Arcione between the Barberini metro station and the Trevi Fountain as our accommodation in Rome was near by. The first time when we were there, we thought the store was small, as we had visited many larger inner city supermarkets outside Italy. The deli section only had olives and cheese. The frozen food department had a few selections of pizzas, some seasoned seafood dish ready for baking, fried fish fillet, etc.

The store was usually very crowded and the queues were usually long despite having three cashiers. Most of the shoppers were tourists like us but there were locals too. We did buy the grocery we needed such as milk, juice, bread, ham, salad, grapes and ice cream.

The experience was not satisfactory until we walked around the city and visited other stores like Carrefour Express, Pam Local to name a few. Some of those stores were even smaller. Then we realized that the Arcione store was actually not that bad after all.

We also visited a suburban Carrefour on the way back from Castel Gandolfo. The store is located in the midst of several blocks of flats near the Roma San Pietro station. We expected a much larger supermarket since it is in the suburb but to our disappointment, it was just medium small size. We noticed that prices for grapes, for example, was lower than in the inner city as we had read.

We found Pam Local towards the end of our trip. It is a store on Barberini, with a bus stop outside the store, near the Piazza Barberini fountain and entrance steps going down to the Barberini metro station. This will be a good alternative if the Coop Supermarket on Arcione gets too crowded. They do have selections enough for some simple dinners at your accommodation.

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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Excellent. Bought suppliesfor out 2 week cruise back to Ft Laud. Fl. STORE is well stocked with goods!

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Reviewed 15 January 2017

We have travelled extensively throughout Italy. We always search out the nearest COOP to where we are staying. We have always found these grocery stores to clean, well-stocked shelves and reasonable prices. The employees are always friendly and helpful. This store located on the Vicolo della Moretta near Campo di Fiore was no different. It was a pleasure to shop there.

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Reviewed 23 October 2016

Our apartment owner in central Rome, said that if we will need a supermarket, then we go to COOP. This is indeed a chain of supermarkets scattered all Rome. You can reach them by signs on the streets or by Google.
In our neighborhood there were two stores in a short walk. Each store has a selection of fruits and vegetables, fresh bread they make there.
Prices are reasonable and the pasta is even cheaper then the markets.

Thank shimonani
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