For only 125₪
This fantastic culinary itinerary takes you through two of Rome’s vibrant spots: Piazza Campo de’ Fiori where locals do their daily grocery shopping and Via Portio d’Ottavia home to one of the worlds oldest Jewish communities. Over more than 2000 years the population of Rome has always had a very special interest in food and this walk will take you on a discovery of some of the best food in Rome, both typical Roman cuisine and modern interpretations of Italian and International specialties. You will enjoy shopping for food like a local Roman and experience how important it is for them to search for the best ingredients. Every narrow alleyway hides beautiful monuments and reveals wonderful shops and restaurants, whilst the bustling piazzas proudly display their traditions and specialties ready to be seen and enjoyed.
A glass of wine, chosen from Massimo’s daily selection of 2 reds and 2 whites, accompanied by a typical Roman salty snack.
Pizza bianca sliced open and filled with sliced pastrami
Roman Jewish specialty
Mini classic flavour tiramisu prepared on the spot using high-quality and organic raw ingredients