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“Suppli, What a Taste!”
Charles

Food Lovers Rome – Food & Wine Walking Tour

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This food and walking tour is the perfect introduction to Roman cuisine.

Start your meal like only a true Italian would – with a classic aperitivo of meat, cheese and wine. Our guide will take you to the most authentically Roman spots, known exclusively by locals.

Taste our favorite delicacies from The Eternal City while we explore the food centric neighborhoods of Campo de’Fiori and Trastevere. Sample culinary delights ranging from baccala fritto and suppli to pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice) and learn the origins behind these Roman foods – as well as the standards that set these products apart from all the rest.

Meet local shop owners and become part of the family as you visit some of Rome’s oldest establishments and hidden gems. Enjoy traditional, homemade dishes, typical of the region and discover Rome’s “trinity of pasta”.

But make sure to save some room for gelato– it’s the perfect finish to an evening of food touring around Rome.

itinerary

  1. Our Rome food tour begins in one of the most vibrant and dynamic squares in Rome- Campo de’ Fiori. Among bustling cafés and street musicians you meet your guide just in time for a traditional Italian aperitivo - where you will be introduced to a wonderful selection of artisanal cured meats (so superior that they are PGI protected) accompanied by the finest Italian wines.
  2. As you stroll around Campo de’ Fiori, your guide reveals the unique and wonderful history of the area before tasting the next culinary delight – cheese. The historic shop on this Roman food tour contains only PGI- protected cheeses of various Italian origins complemented by a carefully selected wine.
  3. The next stop on this food tour of Rome will be to taste the famous Roman specialty - ‘baccalà fritto’ (lightly fried fish).
  4. Your immersion into the local cuisine continues with a sampling of two other typical Roman foods. A fundamental part of your itinerary and perhaps one of the most important things to do in Rome, you will experience pizza by the slice or “pizza taglio”.
  5. Your next sampling on this Rome food tour around Trastevere is at another eatery that specializes in the scrumptious Italian treat – “suppli”. New flavors that will surely please your palate and satisfy your appetite.
  6. After a walk to help you digest a little, you will be ready for supper in one of the coziest restaurants in Trastevere. Known for the quality of its food, this quarter is considered to have the best dining options in Rome. Here you will be offered an exquisite Roman antipasto and two first courses, accompanied by two different Italian wines of protected production and origin.
  7. We finish our food expedition in Trastevere with some delicious locally made gelato. By the end of this food tour around Rome, you should definitely feel satisfied, having explored the tasty delicacies, wines and local spots that are such a fundamental part of life here.

what's included

  • Cost of all food and wine
  • Expert tour guide
  • Small group (maximum 12)

what's not included

  • Pick up and drop off
  • Gratuities (optional)

meeting point

We will depart on our 4-hour walking tour from the most vibrant and dynamic square in Rome- Campo de’ Fiori in front of the restaurant La Carbonara. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of your tour to check-in with a member of our staff.

ending point

Our tour finishes in Trastevere – a neighborhood popular for its bohemian quarter, occupied by artists, authors and lovers of Roman nightlife.

accessibility

Please let us know in advance if you have any food allergies or food dislikes!

If you or any member of your party has difficulty with mobility (uses crutches or a wheelchair, etc.), please contact us in advance. This tour is not wheelchair accessible.

Private tours are available to meet these needs, on request.

cancellation policy

FREE Cancellation
SCORE REVIEWS
4.75/5
with 4 user reviews
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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