Rome is the capital of the land of gorgeous cuisine. We show you the best way to dine like a king or queen in the Eternal City.
If you like beer and you’re coming to Rome, you’re in for a treat. There is a craft beer revolution currently underway in Italy, with hundreds and hundreds of small artisanal producers popping up all over the country. And it’s delicious.
A list of wi-fi enabled bars and cafes in Rome where you can bring your laptop and work Starbucks-style (but with better coffee).
This guide and glossary will help you understand coffee culture in Italy, show you how to order a coffee like a pro – and don’t miss the warnings at the end of the article.
You will find a moka in every Italian kitchen. They’re a design icon, part of Italian life, and a perfect souvenir. Here’s all there is to know about their history and how to use them.
A trip to Rome doesn’t mean you have to compromise your life, or go hungry – you can eat vegan and eat well all over the city.
Sandwiches in Rome tend either to be uninspiring or sensational, with little in between. We show you how to find the good ones.
If you can’t eat gluten there’s no reason to be deprived: even if you can’t eat gluten-containing products in Rome, you can in fact eat it all.
Tourist traps charge high prices for poor food. In the short time you have in Rome, you don’t want to eat badly. Learn how to avoid wasting money in the traps, and eat like a local.
It seems like pasta should be the simplest food in the world to cook, but actually it’s the simplest food in the world to mess up. This article shows you the steps required to cook pasta perfectly, as Italians eat it, and to improve your experience of an already much-loved dish.
Meet a bunch of like-minded visitors for this raucous – and slightly outrageous – exploration of the sights, scandals, and drinks of Rome, which ends up in one of the city’s authentic, locals-only hotspots.
In our fantastic two-for-one class, an expert mixologist will explain how to make the famous tipple, then our chef will take you through the surprisingly rigorous methods of making the perfect plate of pasta.
Rome may not be cheap, but there’s one thing that’s always free and available throughout the city – clean, fresh spring water from the Roman aqueducts.
Learn to cook the three timeless Roman classic pastas, then eat what you just learned to make and follow it with fresh gelato – that you made too!
Rome and its cuisine are intimately entwined. On this Rome food tour in the city’s quaintest ‘quartiere’ of Trastevere you will learn the city’s culinary history and get to sample the delicacies. You will literally eat history!
Some of the best restaurants in Rome are outside the usual tourist traps, and may not have menus that are translated into English. This small glossary will help you order.
Aperitivo is a phenomenon by which you can eat and drink well in convivial surroundings all over Rome. Great for ‘early bird’ eaters.
Italy’s the home of pizza, but buying pizza in Rome can be a bit confusing. We tell you how to buy ‘pizza al taglio’ – by the slice.
How can restaurants in Italy justify charging several euro for a small basket of bread? Find the secret here.
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