Best Street Food in Verona | Suggested by Locals

Best Street Food in Verona | Suggested by Locals

From savory to sweet, Verona's street food offers a variety of flavors and textures that are sure to satisfy any craving. In this article, we will explore some of the best street food options covering the entire Italian Cusine.

A bruschetta at Redoro

Redoro shop owned by the local olive oil mills serves up a mouth-watering bruschetta topped with fresh tomatoes, burrata (a type of mozzarella) and basil. Even the simple one with olive oil is awesome. A must-try dish for any foodie!

Polpette at Osteria La Carega

Try this unique base of bread and cheese, normally with another main topping. For example, tuna or beef, eggplant or zucchini.

Pizza Portafoglio Wallet pizza

This guy from Naples brought up to North Italy the street style pizza, typically folded like a wallet. Naturally made pizza with an increbidle tomato sauce and ingredients.

Brioche at Pasticceria Flego

This sweet bakery shop and caffetteria, in Italy so called pasticceria, serves the best brioche topped with chocolate, pistacchio and much more

Pupille at Panificio DeRossi

This bakery does a unique bread, good enough even without any extra sauce, cheese or ham. The head baker created "pupille", a round small bread with patès inside like tuna, olives and meatballs.

Panzerotteria Panzarè

Anything that can be fried like panzerotti (a fried pizza), Supplì, potato croquettes and other street style fried food.

Here is a list of typical street foods from all over Italy, you can find in Verona:

  • Pizza al Taglio - Thick slices of pizza sold by weight - Easy to find on G Maps
  • Arancini - Deep-fried rice balls stuffed with meat, cheese, and tomato sauce - Look for "rosticceria siciliana" on G Maps
  • Panzerotti - Deep-fried dough pockets stuffed with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese - suggested above
  • Supplì - Fried rice balls stuffed with tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese - suggested above
  • Gelato - Italian ice cream served in cones or cups - Easy to find
  • Crostini - Toasted bread with various toppings like tomato, cheese, or cured meat. - in almost every bar, ask for "stuzzichini"
  • Biscotti - Hard, almond-flavored cookies perfect for dipping in coffee or tea
  • Bomboloni - Italian donuts filled with custard or Nutella
  • Tramezzino - Italian-style sandwich with various fillings like prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula  - in almost every bar
  • Piadina - Thin, flatbread filled with cheese, cured meats, and vegetables - search for "piadineria" on G Maps
  • Bruschetta - Toasted bread topped with garlic, tomatoes, and basil - suggested above
  • Polpette - Meatballs made with ground beef and pork. Even vegetaria too suggested above

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