Eating in Rome

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks

When in Rome, eat as the romans eat

What to order and how to eat in Rome depending on the moment of the day and the place you’re in. Traditional dishes to taste in restaurants as well as in cafes, rosticcerias and on the fly. Maritozzo with whipped cream, pizza al taglio e Castelli’s porchetta: all you need to know to put some more flavours in your Rome experience.

Where to shop in the several neighborhoods of the city to buy fresh fruit and seasonal vegetables, meat, fish, flowers and clothes walking through the local markets.

And the recipes of the tradition.

Segui i consigli di Romabbella, la guida di Roma scritta dai romani.

16 March 2018
Ristorante La Parolaccia

La Parolaccia restaurant in Rome

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birre artigianali roma

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Vini naturali a Roma

Natural wines in Rome: where to find them

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Vegan Ice-Cream Parlors in Rome: the guide

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Cibo per Halloween

Halloween dishes: traditional recipes

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