We’ve tested it and will be publishing a full review very soon. In the meantime, scroll down to see our photos and what others are saying about Supplizio.
Supplizio in pictures
Photos by Meg Zimbeck © Rome by Mouth
What people are saying
- Katie Parla (2017) calls Supplizio a “fancy street food shop” without table service and with prices that are higher than you’ll find elsewhere. “But what comes out of the kitchen is, generally, delicious and certainly higher quality than anything coming out of the friers on nearby Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.” She also included Supplizio in her article for Eater called 38 Essential Restaurants in Rome and in her roundup for Food & Wine of Rome’s best street food.
- The Monocle Guide to Rome (2017) calls owner Arcangelo Dardini “a gourmet archaeologist who has extensively studied ancient Hebrew and Roman cuisine” and that these deep-fried rice balls are best savored while strolling the narrow alleyways around the shop.
- An American in Rome (2014) explains that “supplì are mainly eaten as starters before a pizza dinner. I, however, can make a meal out of them. Especially at a place like Supplizio where I can basically consume enough to replace dinner.” If you’re only going to try one, she recommends the “rosso.”