This is a Panini shop in the Vatican. We selected it after reading reviews on the Internet. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from St. Peter's Square. The storefront is relatively small and not easy to find. The platter is charged according to the size. We chose ten Euros and Coke is 1.5 Euros a can. The boss directly recommended us two paninis, each for 6.5 Euros, which is more expensive than what we will eat in Florence later, but the taste is still very good. It always feels good. This place does not charge a seat fee, but the shop is small and we sat outside to eat.
Scallion on the left hand side of the Vatican, there is always there, after crossing a road, in the small alley on the right, the store is very small, you can't find it if you don’t pay attention, all kinds of cheese and ham, the bread is crunchy, with red wine or white wine, super good eat.
This is a great place for Grab Panini Simple. Panini made to order is very fresh, and there are various combinations or free to make your own.
A small store for five euros a sandwich with a drink, bacon tastes pretty good
The delicious food is greedy and satisfying