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Anybody else been to Italy and tasted the deliciousness that is "Cereal" brand from the Farmacias?

Oh man. I am missing Rome and their gluten free kindness.

For those that are going to Rome anytime soon--La Soffitta in Piazza Risorgimiento (near the Vatican) is absolutely UNBELIEVABLE!!!! And they are the sweetest people.

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Anybody else been to Italy and tasted the deliciousness that is "Cereal" brand from the Farmacias?

Oh man. I am missing Rome and their gluten free kindness.

For those that are going to Rome anytime soon--La Soffitta in Piazza Risorgimiento (near the Vatican) is absolutely UNBELIEVABLE!!!! And they are the sweetest people.

I've been to Rome many times but never with my celiac disease diagnosis. We go to Italy twice a year and then to our house in Croatia - thankfully there is so much fresh yummy stuff including grilled fresh fish and seafood. But I still really, really miss the authentic Italian pizza, breads, pastas and so on. What is served at La Soffitta? I've never eaten there.

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I've been to Rome many times but never with my celiac disease diagnosis. We go to Italy twice a year and then to our house in Croatia - thankfully there is so much fresh yummy stuff including grilled fresh fish and seafood. But I still really, really miss the authentic Italian pizza, breads, pastas and so on. What is served at La Soffitta? I've never eaten there.

It's gluten free heaven. They have pizza, pasta, dessert, and a dedicated fryer for calarmari/arancini etc. It was hands down the best food I have ever tested, both gluten-free and non gluten-free.

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Ciao, I am italian from Venice...I have been to la Soffitta in Rome and , as italian, I have to say that the food there it is great....I really suggest this place for everybody....

ciao Veronica

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Anybody else been to Italy and tasted the deliciousness that is "Cereal" brand from the Farmacias?

Oh man. I am missing Rome and their gluten free kindness.

For those that are going to Rome anytime soon--La Soffitta in Piazza Risorgimiento (near the Vatican) is absolutely UNBELIEVABLE!!!! And they are the sweetest people.

Ciao...you know Cereal is not one of the best one.....next time you come...maybe in Venice, where I lived, I will be happy to suggest you very very good brands!!!!

ciao

Veronica

ps: la soffitta is great...I have benn there once

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