Are you looking for the best food tour in Rome? Embark on a local food tour in Trastevere that offers an excellent introduction to one of the best foodie districts in Rome. Walking around the Eternal City is an excellent way to work up an appetite; a food tour is the best way to end your day of sightseeing. Led by a local food expert, in groups of no more than 12, visit some of our favorite restaurants and trattorie in Rome. Remember, come hungry!
Pizza BiancaGet acquainted with a major part of Roman culinary tradition by ordering a hot square of pizza bianca at a Roman Bakery. In Rome, people line up for these olive oil flat breads stuffed with prosciutto, parmesan and rocket. Unlike most pizza al taglio served at pizza shops around Rome, pizza bianca is a more like a sandwich. The popularity of this Roman snack also goes to show sauce or cheese is not necessary for a delicious pizza. Pizza bianca is a piece of crispy and chewy culinary heaven.Street Food in Trasteverewhile a savory and creamy plate of amatriciana in a cozy family-run trattoria is more likely associated with Italian food, street food in Rome should not be disregarded. Some of the most delicious cuisine in Rome includes quick street fare. From newer additions to the game, like deconstructed pizza sandwiches at Trapizzino, to fried filetto di baccala, Rome street food is to die for. And so, in the spirit of experiencing the as much authentic Roman food as possible, we stop at one of our favorite local spots.Full-Course Dinner at a Roman RestaurantA culinary walking tour in Rome isn’t complete without a stop for a multi-course Roman dinner. Sit down and get comfy in a one of our favorite local restaurants. With a glass of wine in hand, sample an antipasto starter, two popular Roman pasta dishes and a traditional meat dish. Afterward, wash everything down with a digestivo to help you digest your meal. Limoncello will be served at the end of your meal and only then will you feel like a true paesano.The Best Organic Gelato in RomeGelato is a staple food for Italians (and certainly a staple for The Roman Guy team). Learn how to spot quality gelato from the stuff with additives. This is your opportunity to try out some new flavors: from caffè to fragola to pistacchio, there's a gelato flavor for you. Oh, and did we mention that this gelato is organic?There is plenty of food to fill up even the above average eater on this tour. If you have food allergies or dietary restrictions, it’s important we know so we can do our best to accommodate them. Please email us immediately after you book and we will make notes so your guide knows. If you'd like to be certain before booking or have any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.