Tour with a local as you taste phenomenal dishes of Roman cuisine. For a typical snack, grab a Supplì which is a fried ball of rice, cheese and/or meat. Don’t pass on the opportunity to indulge in Jewish style fried artichokes as a delicious antipasto. Savor highly popular pastas like Cacio e Pepe, Carbonara and Bucatini all’Amatriciana. Obviously you have to bite into the thin and crispy crust of Roman style pizza as the flavor is enhanced by the wooden oven. If you love to cook, participate in a cooking class with a Roman nonna (grandmother) for all the secrets and recipes of authentic Roman cuisine. Or maybe join a gelato making class for all the goodness with none of the guilt!
Tip: Come prepared to have a full stomach and laughs with Italians passionate about their heritage and beloved cookery traditions.
Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, ItalyPrice