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Grattachecca (particolare).jpg
Course Dessert
Place of origin Italy
Region or state Rome
Main ingredients Shaved ice, Sciroppo
The kiosk "Alla fonte d'oro" is the oldest in the city, quenching Romans' and tourists' thirsts since 1913.

Grattachecca is a cold dessert originating in Rome, Italy, commonly sold in kiosks and bars. It consists of hand-shaved ice flavored with sweet sciroppo. While very popular in Rome in the past, it now survives in only a few well-reputed street kiosks.

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