May 29, 2015 / by Anna
Traditional genoese street food shopsFocacceria or Bakery – In these food shops, you can try the local speciality, focaccia, preferably fresh from oven. It can be stuffed with whatever you like, mushrooms, olives, onions, tomatoes, rosemary and many other things or any combination of them. Focaccerie sell also bread, slices of pizza and focaccia al formaggio di Recco (cheese focaccia). Genoa street food: cheese focaccia from Recco Friggitorie – fried food shops. There you can have a tasty quick lunch of fried fresh seafood, frittelle and farinata to be eaten at the counter or to take away. Genoa street food: the famous cuculli found in the friggiotoria street food shops Sciamadde – if you fancy being a real genoese, do not miss the sciammadde shops in Sottoripa (the medieval covered lane in front of the Old Port). These traditional shops offer hot or cold ligurian specialities to take away. I suggest to you to try farinata, one of Liguria’s gastronomic symbols, stuffed vegetables, vegetable pies, the local speciality called “friscieu”, which are tasty fried batter balls filled with herbs and whitebait (bianchetti) when in season. Sciamadda with Genoa street fresh seafood Torte e Farinate – In these local food shops you can enjoy traditional ligurian dishes, such as every kind of vegetable pies, farinata, pizza, stuffed vegetables and much more. A focacceria. Genoa street food shop If you are planning a trip to Genoa do not miss our Old Shops and Tasting Tour on The Great Beauty of Genoa . We are sure you are going to love it!
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