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wonderful and inexpensive food in Rome - especially Trastevere

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We've rented an apartment in Trastevere in Rome not too far from the Isola Tiberina April 1-14. Can't wait. Where and what should we eat?

We are looking for ordinary, local establishments: pizza, home cooking, that kind of thing, but good, authentic Roman cooking. We'd love ideas for places across Rome but especially for our neighborhood, say a fifteen-minute walk or less.

Since we are renting we'll be cooking. If you know of great bakeries, salumeria, butchers, fish mongers, greengrocers, please recommend them. Or wine ships. Or gelaterias. (We admit we are partial to San Crispino near the Trevi Fountain.)

We are an older couple and don't speak Italian (beyond tourist pidgin) but we can easily manage a menu. We try to avoid entertainments and noise that isn't about people enjoying their meals.

Thanks for all your help.

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