This 3-hour Trastevere food tour gives you the opportunity to learn about real Roman cuisine and its history while tasting some of the best food Rome has to offer. Visit a mix of Rome’s most famous food stops and tiny, family-run gems, where you’ll get to meet the passionate people who are dedicated to creating this city's cuisine, talk ingredients, recipes, and traditions.
Get an overview of Roman cuisine and you will learn the 'dos' and 'don'ts' of eating in Italy. Listen to interesting stories about the food, regional recipes, and be introduced to local vendors. Everything you will taste is very simple but made with high quality and locally-sourced ingredients.All the stands, restaurants, cafes and markets have been chosen for being part of the local food system because local food tastes better and brings huge benefits to the community and to the environment. The popular Trastevere is a postcard neighborhood of narrow, cobblestone streets with medieval buildings all weaving in and out of each other, fantastic restaurants, and overflowing bars. The tour has a maximum number of 8 participants and can be personalized in case you have any preferences. ABOUT THE MENU • Taste cheese and meat in a century old cheese shop • Try artisanal sweets in a cookie’s factory that dates back to 1920 • Taste gourmet gelato in a slow food affiliated gelateria • Find out what’s the most popular Roman street food • Visit a local farmers’ market (only in the morning tour) • Learn how to make a real carbonara with one of most known Roman chef.