Discover and Taste Roman Street Food

Rome Food Tours

Discover and Taste Roman Street Food

Explore the streets of Rome as we seek out its sumptuous street food.

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    On Request

  • Duration

    2 hours

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Tour description

Rome’s burgeoning street food scene is only getting better- there is a reason why the world’s most respected chefs travel from across the globe to try city’s legendary pizza. Dotted around Rome’s last open air market, Campo de’Fiori, there are several artisinal food shops specialising in delicious snacks. We’ll take you to discover our favourite pizza al taglio, where long strips of pizza are topped with an array of toppings and then sliced and sold by weight and eaten on the go- no Roman can resist a piece of pizza bianca hot from the oven to be enjoyed on the run. A Suppli too is not to be missed: tomato risotto, stuffed with mozzarella, rolled in breadcrumbs and fried until golden- found freshly made in the city’s best pizzerias.

Then there are the friggitoria – here fried food rules. Whether it is a fillet of Baccala (salted cod) or fresh zucchini flowers stuffed with mozarella and anchovy and fried until oozing, we want you to try the best Roman fritti with an artisinal cold beer.

For dessert there will be gelato from an artisinal gelateria, served in a cone or a cup and we’ll encourage you to celebrate the Roman tradition of a large squirt of whipped cream on top. To conclude this moving feast treat yourself to a shot of hot espresso to re-energise you for the sunny afternoon ahead.

included:

Local foodie guide.
Food and wine tasting.

itinerary:

  • Campo de' Fiori
  • Piazza Navona

meeting point:

Campo de' Fiori, under the monk statue in the middle of the square.

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