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"Quick Bites: Pasta on the Go | Grab-and-Go Looking for an affordable dining option in Rome? Look no further than this hidden gem located near the upscale Spanish Steps. Treat yourself to a generous serving of pasta for just €4. Their daily offerings feature two tantalizing pasta varieties, ensuring a delightful surprise each time you visit. Your pasta is thoughtfully packed in a convenient plastic container accompanied by essential utensils: a fork, napkin, and even a plastic cup for self-service water refills. For an extra euro or so, you can indulge in a glass of table wine to elevate your meal. If you find yourself in the vicinity during lunchtime, don't miss the opportunity to savor this culinary delight. This place is perfect for those on the move, providing a unique experience amidst your adventures in Rome. "
"Pastificio Guerra is a traditional pasta shop in Rome where you can buy freshly made pasta to cook at home. They offer a wide variety of pasta shapes and types, ensuring you can enjoy authentic Italian pasta dishes in the comfort of your own kitchen."
"Don’t forget to get your shopping done here as well, as they also sell their homemade pasta at excellent prices given its high quality. "

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