My noble quest to try castagnole and frappe from, well, as many different pasticcerie as possible, continues. Today we dropped by Innocenti, which, for sheer vintage cuteness, is incomparable.
Nestled in Via della Luce, a cobbled backstreet in the slightly less touristy part of Roma’s Trastevere (that is, to the east of Viale Trasteve), the shop is dominated by the vast form of a veteran conveyor oven, which is currently partially stacked with frappe and castagnole.
And very nice they are too. We bought castagnole con crema and yer basic frappe. Just scoffed a load, then managed a bit of self restraint and stashed some for later. That said, better finish them soon, so I can justify sampling some more from another outlet…
Innocenti, aka Biscottificio Artigiano Innocenti, 21 Via della Luce.
And look at all the goodies they sell. Not just biscuits. Yum. Got my work cut out for me.
2 responses to “Innocenti is bliss”
Yum!! Not quite so innocent as the similarly named English food producer of healthy (?) smoothies etc. Know which I’d prefer! Love Catherinex
Dear! You find it! It’s a wonderful shop where you could find really old roman pastry.