What to eat

Rome has always been the home of simple, fresh and authentic food. Its cuisine, one of the most appreciated in the world, is a true gastronomic treasure. With a rich history rooted in tradition, the dishes are made with quality and genuine ingredients. Characterized by a combination of simplicity and attention to detail, each dish is an invitation to explore the gastronomic roots of a city rich in history and culture.




Bucatini all’amatriciana is an iconic dish of Roman culinary tradition, born in the town of Amatrice. It is prepared with tomato sauce, guanciale (cured pork cheek), and grated pecorino cheese. The guanciale, with its crispy texture and delicate sweet flavor, harmoniously blends with the tomato sauce, creating a perfect balance of taste. The addition of pecorino romano cheese adds an intense and distinctive flavor to the dish. Bucatini all’amatriciana is not just a pasta dish; it is a true delight for the palate, representing an authentic culinary experience and a way to immerse yourself in the gastronomic tradition of Rome.


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Trippa Romana is one of the cornerstones of Rome’s culinary tradition. This recipe, with its ancient gastronomic history, is traditionally prepared and enjoyed on Saturdays, both in homes and in Trastevere’s trattorias. It is a dish considered economical, made using the beef stomach which is carefully cleaned and then slowly cooked in a rich sauce of tomato, onions, celery, and other spices. To enhance the flavor, a generous sprinkling of “Pecorino Romano” cheese is added. Tripe is considered a true delicacy for lovers of traditional cuisine, offering a unique taste experience that embodies the authenticity and culinary heritage of Rome.

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The supplì represents the true essence of Roman street food, and it is loved by both locals and tourists. It is a cylindrical rice croquette with a gooey mozzarella heart. The combination of flavors creates a magic that unfolds when you take a bite, as the harmony of ingredients pleasantly surprises the palate. Eating a supplì is a culinary experience for all street food lovers, a crispy morsel that combines the taste and charm of Roman tradition.

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