The exponential increase in the numbers of isolates of Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) creates the need for using novel therapeutic approaches to save the lives of patients. Fosfomycin has long been considered a rational option for the treatment of CRE to be used as part of a combined therapy scheme. However, the assessment of fosfomycin susceptibility in the laboratory presents a great challenge due to the discrepancies found between different methodologies. Thus, our goal was to evaluate fosfomycin susceptibility in a group of 150 Enterobacteriaceae bacterial isolates using agar dilution as the gold standard technique to compare the results with those obtained by disk diffusion. We found a fosfomycin susceptibility of 79.3% in general terms. By comparing both methodologies, we reported a categorical agreement of 96% without Very Major Errors (VMEs) or Major Errors (MEs) and 4% of minor Errors (mEs). Our results suggest that fosfomycin could provide a rational alternative treatment for those patients that are infected by a Multidrug-Resistant (MDR) microorganism that is currently untreatable and that the disk diffusion and classical agar dilution techniques are adequate to assess the resistance profile of CRE to fosfomycin.