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“Suppli, What a Taste!”
Charles

Amants de la gastronomie romaine – Une visite guidée de la gastronomie et des vins romains

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Cette visite gastronomique à pied est l'introduction parfaite à la cuisine romaine.
Commencez votre repas comme un vrai Italien : avec un apéritif classique composé de charcuteries, de fromage et de vin. Notre guide vous emmènera dans les endroits les plus typiques de Rome, connus exclusivement des Romains.
Dégustez nos mets préférés de la Ville Éternelle tout en explorant les quartiers gastronomiques de Campo de' Fiori et Trastevere. Goûtez des délices culinaires allant du baccalà fritto et des supplì à la pizza al taglio (pizza à la coupe) et découvrez les origines de ces spécialités romaines - ainsi que ce qui distingue ces produits de tout le reste.
Rencontrez des commerçants locaux et entrez dans la grande famille romaine en visitant les plus anciens établissements et les perles cachées de Rome. Dégustez des plats traditionnels, faits maison et typiques de la région et découvrez la « trinité des pâtes » de Rome.
Mais assurez-vous de garder de la place pour la glace - c'est la conclusion parfaite à une soirée gastronomique dans Rome.

ITINÉRAIRE

  1. Notre tournée gastronomique commence par l’une des places les plus actives et vivantes de Rome, Campo dei Fiori. Entre les cafés animés et les musiciens de rue, votre guide vous attend à l’heure du traditionnel apéritif à l’italienne, au cours duquel vous pourrez déguster une succulente sélection de saucissons artisanaux (produits de haute qualité ayant obtenus la qualification IGP), accompagnés des meilleurs vins italiens.
  2. Lors de la promenade autour de Campo dei Fiori, le guide vous révèlera l’extraordinaire histoire du quartier avant de goûter le prochain délice culinaire : le fromage. Le magasin historique où nous nous arrêterons ne propose que des fromages IGP provenant de différentes régions d’Italie, agrémentés d’un vin choisi avec soin.
  3. Lors du prochain arrêt de cette tournée gastronomique, vous pourrez goûter la spécialité de Rome, le « baccalà fritto » (morue frite).
  4. L’immersion dans la cuisine locale continue avec deux autres dégustations de produits traditionnels. Le clou de l’itinéraire, et peut-être l’une des choses les plus importantes à faire à Rome, c’est la tranche de pizza ou « pizza al taglio ».
  5. La prochaine dégustation de cette tournée gastronomique de Rome se fera dans un autre établissement spécialisé dans un pur délice italien, le « suppli ». De nouvelles saveurs qui raviront vos papilles et satisferont votre estomac.
  6. Après une petite promenade digestive, vous voilà fin prêts pour dîner dans l’un des restaurants les plus charmants du Trastevere. Connu pour sa qualité gastronomique, ce quartier est notamment considéré comme la zone concentrant les meilleurs choix pour manger à Rome. Vous pourrez y savourer un excellent antipasto romain suivi de deux plats accompagnés de deux différents vins italiens d’origine et de production protégées.
  7. Nous finirons notre excursion gastronomique dans le Trastevere par de délicieuses glaces faites maison. À la fin de cette visite gastronomique à travers Rome, vous serez pleinement satisfaits, ayant goûté les produits et vins savoureux tout en explorant des lieux locaux formant un aspect essentiel de la vie romaine.

LE PRIX INCLUT

  • Coût de l’ensemble des boissons et de la nourriture
  • Guide expérimenté
  • Groupe réduit (12 personnes maximum)

LE PRIX N’INCLUT PAS

  • Transfert des participants de/vers le lieu de rencontre
  • Pourboires (facultatifs)

LIEU DE RENDEZ-VOUS

La visite à pied (durée : 4 heures) commence par la place la plus active et vivante de Rome, Campo dei Fiori, en face du restaurant La Carbonara. Veuillez arriver 15 minutes avant le début de la visite pour vous confirmer votre présence auprès d’un membre de notre équipe.

Veuillez noter que le lieu de rendez-vous se situe à l'extérieur de nos bureaux. Pour des raisons de sécurité, nous ne conservons aucun effet personnel à l’intérieur de nos bureaux, veuillez en tenir compte.

LIEU DE FIN DE LA VISITE

La visite s’achève au Trastevere, un quartier connu pour son côté bohème, animé par de nombreux artistes, auteurs et amoureux de la nuit romaine.

INFORMATIONS IMPORTANTES

Veuillez nous prévenir à l'avance si vous êtes végétarien, si vous souffrez d'allergies ou si vous avez une aversion particulière envers certains produits!

ACCESSIBILITÉ

Veuillez nous contacter à l'avance si un membre du groupe éprouve des difficultés de mobilité (utilisation de béquilles, d’un fauteuil roulant, etc.). Cette visite n'est pas accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite.


Des visites privées sont disponibles sur demande pour répondre à ces besoins.

CONDITIONS D’ANNULATION

Annulation gratuite
SCORE DES COMMENTAIRES
4.75/5
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Bob H
It was an amazing experience and our tour guide was amazing help and friendly his name was Adrian, anybody looking to do this tour I say go for it, both educational and very enjoyable.
01/11/2019 02:58
Tarra F
The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.
28/09/2019 19:27
Frank Micuzzi
Interesting Experience... beware of the diet!
Super tour around Rome and its "beauties"... you start eating and drinking at 5pm and you get totally lost with a wonderful ice cream at night
02/10/2018 11:17
Charles
Suppli, What a Taste!
I would eat all life long suppli! We really enjoyed this tour! Great Guide
16/02/2018 18:23
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