Tours in Rome

If you’re coming to Rome in search of Italian food, think again. Here, it’s all about traditional cucina romana—something completely unique and special. 

Roman cuisine is all about simple, fresh, seasonal ingredients, and making do with whatever is at hand. The working-class inhabitants of Testaccio were eating nose-to-tail out of necessity decades before it was cool, and Rome’s Jewish community made gastronomic magic happen with simple vegetables like artichokes and zucchini.  

Pizza and pasta are plentiful, too, of course. But like all the best food in the Eternal City, they’re best when done in the local style. Forget everything you know about spaghetti Bolognese and Neapolitan pizza—it’s time to eat like a Roman! Carbonara and pizza al taglio await.  

Food Tours in Rome

Sightseeing Tours & Experiences in Rome

Photos From Our Rome Tours

What to Expect ?

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What We Have to Say About Rome

  • Rome Then & Now: The Truth about Fettuccine Alfredo

    This blog post was originally posted on September 27, 2019 and was updated on January 29, 2021. Fettuccine Alfredo—the real thing, anyway—is served at just two restaurants in Italy, but its popularity has exploded abroad. Everyone has heard of fettuccine Alfredo, sometimes called “Alfredo pasta” abroad. It’s so popular outside Italy that when I lived […]

  • Behind the Bite: Roman Pasta

    This blog post was originally posted on March 18, 2019 and was updated on January 26, 2021. There’s something comforting about the dependable, the quotidian, the downright normal. Roman pasta is just that. Amatriciana, carbonara, gricia and cacio e pepe are the main pastas of Rome, and most restaurants have at least two of them on the […]

  • Our Favorite Rome Restaurants by Neighborhood: Where to Eat in Trastevere

    This blog post was originally posted on February 6, 2019 and was updated on October 28, 2020. Trastevere is Rome’s most charming neighborhood, and that’s saying a lot. A bit overrun with tourists and students, yes—but no one who’s walked its winding streets can deny there’s something magical about it. The word Trastevere literally means […]