Have you been wondering what Roman farmers and workers have been eating for centuries when money was little and hunger was widespread?
Local people in Italy have been ingesting all sorts of edible living creatures to survive and get the neede amount of proteins and nutriens to carry on their hard works. You do not need to go to China or Thailand to taste some unusual traditional food.
Did you know that one fo the most important food festivals in Rome was in June and was based on snails? If you really want to have a deep experience of rooted roman traditional cuisine and you are brave and open to new flavors then take this tour!
You will sit in top-rated traditional restaurants, discover pictoresque deli parlours, meet proud local producers in an amazing 4 hours food trip. You will see also some historic sites explained by our expert guide.
A great feast for our eyes and taste buds. We loved to try fresh figs and other fruits and food we never ate before. Thank you guys for a memorable experience in your beautiful city. Mary K, Tupelo, USA
Only few decades ago you would easily find in Roman trattorias some delicious dishes that might sound a bit wierd to you: Coda alla Vaccinara (Roman oxtail stew), Trippa (Tripe), Coratella (Lamb pluck), Lumache (Snails), Pajata ( intestines of an "un-weaned" calf), Cervelletto (Lamb Brain), Fagioli colle Cotiche (Beans with Pork Rinds).
Not only meat but also some unsual fish and vegetables such as Cannolicchi ( Razor Shells), Telline ( Donax Clams), Puntarelle e Alici (Chicory and anchovy salad). You will also taste some special famous spirits off-the-beaten palates!
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