Explore the culinary side of Rome: follow your food guide through the heart of the Italian capital and taste local specialities at amazing culinary stop-offs, popular taverns and family-run shops off the beaten track. Your food guide reveals the amusing background to the food you are enjoying, and entertains you with interesting tales about Rome, its stories and inhabitants.
You will enjoy a walking discovery round-trip with a proper 10-course-menu, served in classical order, with a new location for every course. • 10+ delicious tastings • a complete menu of warm & cold local food specialties • local wine and typical drinks • 10 different culinary locations • 4-hour walking discovery food tour • small group - max 12 guests • tour language: English or German • accompanied by your local FoodHopping guide
Coffee and/or Tea
Transportation to/from attractions
Food and drinks, else as specified
Departure & Return
Piazza Navona, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Returns to original departure point
What To Expect
Walking through this inconspicuous gate, you feel like you’ve been transported back in time to a place of silence and seclusion in the center of the hustling and bustling city. In the historical ambience of this hidden jewel, where in earlier times friars pondered the meaning of life, you get into the mood for your Food Hopping tour with a bubbling Prosecco.
Even the Roman legionaries had these provisions in their field pack – try it freshly cut with two other delicacies from the Lazio region in a Salumeria, which has been family-run since 1935. Osvaldo, the owner, proudly points to an old black and white photo on the wall, which shows him as a child in the shop.
Stars like Terence Hill, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson have enjoyed this restaurant’s famous specialty, right in the middle of the ancient Jewish ghetto of Rome. While savoring this delicacy, you will learn from your Food Hopping guide why, surprisingly, the stalk is the best part of this Roman food speciality...
Following your Food Hopping guide through the lively alleys you’ll encounter a pizza that doesn’t blush, attempt to pull "phone cords" like a local, try the two most famous pasta dishes of Rome in the family business of Agostino and Maria and much, much more.