Bir & Fud

Go to Bir & Fud in Rome for delicious, authentic and cheap food


Bir & Fud in Rome serves authentic and unpretentious food that makes your tastebuds do cartwheels and puts a big smile on your face. Soft white lumps of mozarella, ripe, sweet tomatoes, fresh herbs, crispy pizza crusts and creamy pasta dishes.  All served in a cosy and informal invironment and with beer that tickles the palat and “joie de vivre”. You may have guessed it, but we are crazy about Bir & Fud, and when we are in Rome it is always on the to-do list.

The food is simply just good. The produce is fresh and full of taste, and the dishes are simple but made with a lot of love to the Italian kitchen. The concept also really speaks to us – most concepts that involve a wide selection of micro brews usually do. At Bir & Fud you can choose from 25 italian micro brews at the bar, and the ones we have tried are goood.


Remember to book a table

Bir & Fud is really popular among the locals which makes it a really good idea to book a table before you go. If you are looking for a quiet, romantic candle light dinner Bir & Fud is a bad choice, but if you want to rub shoulders with the locals in a busy restaurant where people talk and laugh a lot, you definetly do not want to miss out on Bir & Fud.

Another plus is the fact that Bir & Fud is located in the old roman neighbourhood Trastevere which is known for its small winding cobbled street, weatherbeaten houses, fun-loving and unrestrained atmosphere. And with the prices at Bir & Fud you can easily afford a drink or two at one of the many restaurants or tavernas in the area after the meal. And you know you want to – because – hey, you are in Rome!!

Visit Bir & Fud’s website here: Bir & Fud

PS: This is a really bad picture, but don´t let it fool you. The homemade crisps and tomatoe sauce is scary good. I wish I was going back soon….



The Ingvertsen family
Odense, Danmark

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