traditional roman cuisine

Where to eat in Rome – Archimede Sant’Eustachio

The Archimede Restaurant is the right place where to eat traditional Roman cuisine in Rome. An exceptional location, a stone's throw from the Pantheon, one of the major monuments of Rome. The square where it's located is famous for the Caffè Sant'Eustachio. Take the opportunity to have lunch at the restaurant and then taste the [...]

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gricia pasta

Gricia: the pasta sauce ancestor of the Amatriciana

Gricia pasta is one of the most famous dishes of Roman cuisine and it can be considered the ancestor of amatriciana pasta. It is one of the culinary specialties of the popular Roman cuisine although its origins are not very clear. Like any dish of traditional Roman cuisine, it has undergone variations and elaborations based [...]

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Where to eat in Rome – Il Supplizio

In this column about where to eat in Rome, an article related to the famous supplì cannot be missed. Rome, the Eternal City is always an exceptional place to taste different and particular foods, like the supplì, the tastiest and most loved fried by the Romans. Today we continue as a food blogger tasting the [...]

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sushi restaurant rome

Where to eat in Rome – Samba Maki

It is always difficult to decide where to eat in Rome, tasting a different cuisine such as sushi. So we continue our journey as a food blogger introducing you Samba Maki, a fusion cuisine restaurant, with particular attention to sushi, in Rome. When Brazil and Japan come together to create a creative menu, of excellent [...]

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seafood cuisine rome

Where to eat in Rome – Porto Fish & Chips

Rome always offers many opportunities to eat well and with Porto Fish & Chips, thanks to its seafood cuisine, you can't go wrong. Located between the Saint Peter Basilica and the streets of the city center, this restaurant offers traditional Roman dishes and modern dishes with a taste of the sea. You can find carbonara [...]

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befana tradition

Befana: the Italian tradition of the Epiphany

The Befana is the least known Italian figure linked to the Epiphany feast in the world. According to the tradition, the character of the Befana visits the homes of Italy between 5th and 6th January, during Epiphany Eve. The goal of this elderly lady who flies with a broom is to fill the stockings that [...]

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fried pizza rome

Where to eat in Rome – Antica Friggitoria La Masardona

It is always difficult to choose where to eat in Rome, especially something special like fried pizza. We begin our journey as a food blogger in Rome with a must of Italian cuisine. It is a delicacy to eat at least once in a lifetime. We went to taste the real fried pizza of Naples [...]

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pandoro christmas

Pandoro: the typical Christmas dessert

What do you think about Pandoro for Christmas lunch? In the last article we dealt with Panettone and its origins. In this one we will talk about Pandoro, a dessert that is a real symbol in Italy during the Christmas time. Soft, star-shaped, with lots of powdered sugar on the surface... a mouth-watering dessert! If [...]

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panettone christmas

Panettone: the tradition of Christmas time

Do you prefer pandoro or panettone at Christmas time? This is the most common question during the Christmas holidays. Panettone is a typical dessert of the Christmas tradition. It prepared with raisins, candied fruit, orange peel and cedar. Since 2005, a specification protects the traditional recipe of panettone and its ingredients. There are many traditions that [...]

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Christmas rome

5 reasons to enjoy Rome in Christmas time

Rome is always a charm during the Christmas period! It is decorated with lights, garlands, pine branches, colorful decorations! You can feel the Christmas atmosphere in the air! This year, unfortunately, due to Covid-19, there are many restrictions and rules to be respected. But we can still enjoy this Christmas period to the fullest, experiencing [...]

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