Forno Campo de’ Fiori in Roma has always been a symbol and place of aggregation.
Since 1970 the current owners have been contuining the ancient tradition of the handcraft bread-making based on the selection raw materials and a particular care of each phase of the manifacture to garantee always the high quality of their products.
In Rome, during the middle of the morning, it’s easy to find happy consumers of such a great deliciousness: from child on a baby buggy that eats a little piece offered from the baker to the students during the school recess, from the working class during lunch break or under the beach umbrella on the Rome Coastal.
White roman pizza with its EXCLUSIVE TASTE, CRISPY ON THE EDGE, SOFT, oiled in the middle with big granule of salt on top, is not common in the rest of Italy.
If you don’t know it, is not the usual white pizza that you can find into all pizzeria shop "pizza al taglio" (pizza by the slice), but a pizza exclusively made into the bakeries and in some food shop markets.
Pizza Bianca is also a perfect sandwich bread: crispy, oily salty outside and tender on the inside.
The perfect match?? BOLOGNA SAUSAGE! It’s a cheap and taste snack…try to believe!