Some like their food fried, others roasted or baked. It can be wrapped in a paper bag or a simple piece of paper, bought at a shop or a street-stall, or even on-board a renovated truck. We’re talking about street-food, currently experiencing a Golden Age; meant to be bought and consumed on the street, street-food is especially popular in Italy amongst young people who are rediscovering their country’s gastronomic traditions through this popular cuisine.From north to south, east to west, alongside Italy’s more traditional restaurants there are new businesses springing up just about everywhere, dedicated to specialties eaten by hand or – at best – with plastic plates and forks, sat on a bench or lounging in the park.

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