Completely mind blown by the Mozarella Di Bufala in Settecento Ricartezze Alimentari (right across the market in Trastevere) 👏👏👏 Another great find by our guide Giacomo 💕 #RomeFoodTour @localers #ThePatsInRome
Cacio e Pepe, Proof that less is more 👏 Just 3 ingredients but packed with so much flavor - - - cheese, pepper and pasta! THAT'S IT! #ThePatsInRome
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Day two (so far) - This morning we met with Sophie @sminchilli. I came across her on @tripadvisor a few months back as she offers food tours around different parts of Rome.
We chose the ‘Morning at the Market’ tour which took us around the neighbourhood of Campo de Fiori. There were lots of small traditional specialised shops and thanks to Sophie we were lucky enough to try some delicious food that we wouldn’t of found on our own.
We started with a tour of the market then sat down to enjoy some mozzarella, burrata, ricotta and the famous pizza rossa and pizza bianca. Then onto a cured meats deli where we sampled a beautiful selection of prosciutto and salami’s. We finished with a stop for gelato at one of Rome’s best ice cream makers.
It was a fantastic morning and Sophie’s knowledge and recommendations will definitely make the rest of our trip even better. .
Simple. Savory. Great tasting pizza from a little takeaway place off the beaten roads in Rome near San Giovanni. We found it accidentally while taking an evening walk around the area where we stayed in Ponto Lungo. For Rome, following the tourist guides online for best places to eat doesn’t work, they are just not trustworthy. Going yourself on discovery to the most unexpected areas away from the touristic attractions and areas, or asking your Roman friends, if you have any (we do luckily) works the best. This place is on our top list now.
Postcards from a Food Tour in Rome with people from Israel, Luxembourg and New Zealand! 😁Italian food unites the entire world! 🍕🍦🍝Thanks Hallit for choosing #exclusiveissimo , we hope to see you again in Rome! 😊
The latest addition to Rome’s burgeoning street art scene, “Hunting Pollution” by Federico Massa (aka Iena Cruz) is more than just a nod to environmentalism. The paint used actually cleans the air around it..the equivalent of 30 full-sized trees!