Highlights of this tour

  • A stroll in some of the most picturesque areas of Rome
  • Food & wine tastings with expert gourmet guide
  • Brief visits to some artistic gems of Rome
  • Advice about restaurants and wine bars


What do the Romans Eat ? A gourmet tour to taste some local specialties and discover the genuine food & wine culture of the Romans of the 21st century.

For Italians food is much more than just food! It is life, memory, family, history, in a word…culture !

It is not by coincidence that if you ask a foreigner to pronounce the first Italian words that occur to his/her mind, almost inevitably these words will be:


In Rome we should add more ‘famous’ words, such as bruschetta, saltimbocca, amatriciana, carbonara, abbacchio…and so on !

Wine is part of our culture and we normally start savoring it when very young, on special celebrations or holidays, so wine in Italian culture  always carries with it familiar memories of happy days.

What do the Romans Eat ? is a gourmet discovery walk through Campo de’ Fiori, the old Ghetto, Trastevere to savour what Romans like …and feel a bit ‘Romans’ yourselves for one day !

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If you love food and beauty you will fall in love with Rome’s open air markets, colorful food stores, picturesque corners and timeless piazzas.

We will stop at Roscioli, a mythical food mecca near Campo dei Fiori, at La Dolce Roma, a renown patisserie at Portico d’Ottavia, near the Ghetto, at Sant’Eustachio for coffee delights, at Enoteca Trimani to savour some wine…

If you like to savor the world known Roman Jewish cuisine, we can customize the tour and spend more time exploring the Ghetto, its atmosphere and sweet and salty specialties.

If you like meat more that vegetables or fish we can customize the tour and take you to famous Testaccio hill, once the butcheries’ district of Rome, now a popular place for foodies with a great open air market.

On our way we shall stop and admire some absolute gems such as Santa Maria in Trastevere with its golden mosaics, the Pantheon and its intimate piazza, Piazza Navona with its scenic fountains

If you enjoyed our What do the Romans Eat ? you might also like our wine & gourmet discovery tour in Venice and our wine & food delights in Florence.

Cost of this tour

  • This tour lasts three hours and costs 330 euros up to six people (not per person), only private parties.
  • For larger parties send us an email!
  • Food and wine are not included if you want to go to Testaccio we will need a taxi

Dress Code and advice

  • No shorts no sleeveless garments
  • Short sleeves and knee high are ok
  • Comfortable shoes or sandals and a hat in summer