Rome Jewish Quarter & Trastevere Food Tour With Rooftop

Rome
Tour Rating 4.8
Overview

See Rome through the eyes of local as you taste iconic foods at the family-run businesses that do them best. In the company of an expert foodie guide, they'll take you along to visit seven small businesses where you'll meet many of the owners themselves and try local dishes like fried artichoke, supplì, and so much more. The grand finale comes at the end of the tour when you'll make your own spritz on a private rooftop in Trastevere, soaking in views of the Roman skyline and St. Peter's Basilica.

  • 3 drinks
  • Local English-speaking food guide
  • Small group of 12 guests maximum
  • 8 food tastings
  • Expertly guided walking tour
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Please note that this tour is not suitable for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
  • This tour is adaptable for: Vegetarian, Vegan, Lactose intolerant, No-alcohol, No Fish/Seafood, Nut Allergy, No Pork
  • Those with dietary restrictions need to contact us before joining the tour so we can arrange your food.
  • Soft drinks are available for kids instead of alcohol.
  • Our group tour utilizes multiple areas that are not wheelchair/stroller accessible. Those with wheelchairs/strollers should contact us so we can arrange your visit.
  • Walks / Devour complies with all local government regulations. Please refer to local government guidelines for the most up-to-date information.
Cancellation policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
Reviews for Rome Jewish Quarter & Trastevere Food Tour With Rooftop
Highlights from Romes Culinary Traditions
Linda_D
Aurelio was great! Fun way to experience the Jewish Quarters and the Trastevere neighborhood. Food and drinks included: Jewish fried artichoke, suppli (rice ball), baccala (dried salted cod), ciammbella (Napoletan donut), embraica (Jewish pizza from from Pasticceria Boccione), local beer at Johnny’s Off License and topped off with a rooftop charcuterie and learning how to make a Spritz. I recommend bringing water and be prepared that there are a lot of fried foods which were born out of restricted access and necessary resourcefulness in the face of poverty. Highly recommend!
A delicious education
Freqflyer2019
Not only was the food delicious but Illaria, our wonderful guide, provided unique insights into each dish and a fascinating history of the experiences of the Jewish community in Rome. The special surprise at the end of the tour was delightful! Plan to arrive early to spend some sobering time at the holocaust exhibit near the start point of the tour.
Unforgettable journey deep into the heart of Jewish-Italian heritage
akaregua
This Roman food tour wasn't just about filling our bellies (though it certainly did that too!). It was a captivating journey through the history of the Eternal City, told one delicious bite at a time. We explored the vibrant Jewish Quarter, learning about its rich culinary traditions that have beautifully intertwined with Roman cuisine over centuries. Our guide Ilaria, a passionate foodie with a deep knowledge of history, led us to hidden gems where we savored authentic dishes. We sampled the iconic Roman-Jewish fried crispy artichoke. Each stop offered a new story, from the origins of "supplì" (fried rice balls) to the significance of fresh seasonal ingredients in Roman cooking. We weren't done yet though! The grand finale was a rooftop view of the eternal city and the St. Peter Basilica accompanied by refreshing glasses of spritz and the chance to reminisce about the day's culinary adventures. Unforgettable!
A Culinary Journey Through History: Exploring the Jewish Ghetto with Fernanda
51manuelav
Exploring the Jewish Ghetto of Rome was not just a culinary experience; it was a journey through time, culture, and flavors. Each bite of the tour was a revelation. From the savory delicacies to the sweet treats, every dish carried with it centuries of tradition and history. Fernanda's passion for the cuisine and her deep knowledge of the area's heritage shone through with every explanation. The grand finale in the rooftop truly stole the show. As we ascended to the picturesque view, Fernanda guided us through the art of making spritz. This tour is an absolute must-do.
Wonderful experience with excellent food
Carrie R
This was an excellent food tour with guide Chiara B. We were provided knowledgeable history facts and food tasting e.g. fried artichokes. The roof top spritz lesson was beautiful. Thank you for a wonderful tour.

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