Meet your host in Rome city center and take a walk into the Jewish Ghetto, one of the oldest and liveliest areas of the Eternal city. Access a very special restaurant, located in a historic building with a unique view of the area. Learn more about the history and legends concerning the Jewish district and its unique food style.
Prepare pasta or gnocchi with the help of an expert chef and other typical dishes according to season; during the wintertime, you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to peel artichokes to be cooked in the Jewish-style, a must of Rome's cuisine. During summertime cooking classes, you’ll learn how to prepare zucchini flowers or any other amazing fresh vegetable to make the original “fritto romano”. In the end, taste the amazingly baked "ciambelline al vino", famous crunchy donuts made with four simple ingredients.