Food and Drink
Rome is a foodies’ paradise with its distinct and proud traditional food culture – but too many options can sometimes be overwhelming. Learn how to choose exactly the right place for those important food experience, to navigate the coffee bars and restaurants, and to avoid tourist traps.
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.
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.
Aperitivo is a phenomenon by which you can eat and drink well in convivial surroundings all over Rome. Great for ‘early bird’ eaters.
Rome Cooking Workshops provides a truly authentic Italian culinary learning experience to people from around the world.
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).