Trapizzino, Lower East Side, Manhattan
Street food has become a big trend in the food world lately. Trapizzino calls their food Roman street food. Whatever you want to call it it’s just plain yummy.
Chef Stefano Callegari created Trapizzino in 2008 and describes it as a marriage of traditional Italian flavors and recipes in an updated format. A very special and secretly held recipe for pizza dough combined with fresh and amazing ingredients make up the little sandwiches that they call Trapizzino.
I’ve tried a number of different Trapizznos with a side salad that is also amazing. I get hungry just writing about it. I will be going back there and trying out the Suppli which are deep-fried risotto balls. You can’t go wrong at this restaurant and the prices are very reasonable as well.
They have one location in New York City and 7 locations in Rome and 2 in Florence,
Trapizzino - 144 Orchard Street at Rivington