Embark on a local food tour in Trastevere that offers an excellent introduction to one of the best foodie districts in Rome!
Begin your tour with an aperitivo (or apéritif), a light meal and drink that takes place at the end of the workday. Tuck into some tasty cheese and cold cuts, including fresh and juicy mozzarella di bufala. Pair it up with some the best local wine and get to know your fellow visiting foodies and local guide. Continue your food tour at a Trastevere hidden gem. With a second glass of wine in hand, taste Baccalà, or salted codfish, a popular Roman street food snack. Crisp on the outside and light and flakey on the inside, this is an excellent snack to grab on the go.
Stop for some Roman pizza or pizza al taglio ("cut to go"). The Italian version of fast food, pizza al taglio is a popular way to grab a bite to eat on the run. Unlike pizza you order in a sit-down restaurant, pizza al taglio has a thin, crunchy crust. Hed to a friendly local restaurant where you'll enjoy an authentic Roman dinner. Sit down, relax and sample two popular Roman pasta plus some antipasti selections. Conclude your experience with a delicious homemade gelato.