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Taste of Rome - The Trionfale Foodie Tour

  • Visit top Rome culinary spots and taste traditional dishes
  • Steer clear of tourist traps without spending time researching
  • Overcome language barriers with a guide who knows what and how to order
Taste of Rome - The Trionfale Foodie Tour
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Taste of Rome - The Trionfale Foodie Tour
From US$89,45

Rome is known for its rich food culture, but with so many options it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Get off the tourist path on this walking and eating tour, which allows you to visit some of the city's best culinary locations without the hassle of navigating or researching where to go. Meet some of Rome’s traditional food artisans, stroll through the city’s buzzing food markets, and sample Roman specialties such as pizza, cannoli, and fresh pasta. Between bites, your guide details the history, architecture, and untold stories that define Rome.

What to Expect

The tour begins with a traditional Roman breakfast, during which you can enjoy your choice of coffee and watch as a chef prepares fresh cannoli. The first stop after breakfast is the Paciotti Gourmet Shop, where you can taste cheeses and meats along with aged balsamic vinegar, truffles, and local wine.

Next head to Pizzarium, where renowned Chef Gabriele Bonci, often called "the Michelangelo of pizza," makes more than 80 types of pizza per day.

Then, stroll through the largest food market in Rome and meet local families who have been running food stalls for generations. Taste buffalo mozzarella, bruschetta, and eggplant parmigiana along the way.

After the market you will visit a traditional trattoria, where you can sample local wine and choose between fresh carbonara (pasta with an egg-based white sauce), amatriciana (pasta with red sauce), or cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper pasta).

The tour wraps up with a scoop of Italian gelato at Fatamorgana Gelateria, where more than 60 different flavors are available.

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1 - 5 of 16 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
One of the highlights of our trip!

We did the food tour with Raluca early on in our stay with Rome and I am so glad we did. She was great, friendly, and informative, giving our tips for the rest of our trip. Highlights were Bonci pizza (I promise we will check...More

Thank wannabeinkona
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fabulous tour, our guide Morgan was so friendly and knowledgable, her love of good food shines through the whole time. Lots to taste but well spaced, easy walking between venues. So good to get away from the touristy areas and experience a little of how...More

Thank Nat2291
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
An enjoyable afternoon!

For a last day treat in Rome, my wife and I scheduled a tour with The Roman Food Tour Company. We met up with the delightful Alina at the Cipro Metro station not too far away from Vatican City, and found that we were in...More

1  Thank Kelly J
Reviewed 9 April 2018
even in the pouring rain it was excellent

Rome was having a downpour but our food tour warmed our hearts Raluca, our guide was tremendous fun and kept a sense of humour throughout We were treated to many stops serving very good quality produce, far and beyond what we have previously experienced on...More

2  Thank Jilliward
Reviewed 8 April 2018
Hassle-free Italian food hi-lights

This tour was a few suburbs out of the city centre, in a quieter neighbourhood with more locals. Having a guide navigate logistic and menu decisions allows you to focus on savouring the quality ingredients and flavours of each stop. The parmigiana, gnocchi and gelato...More

Thank metcalfalex
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Response from Chris D | Reviewed this property |
The walking involved is pretty short distances between stops. I would have to say 5 minuets of walking between stops on average. The longest walk was about 10 minuets to the market. Each one is at a leisurely pace... More
2 May 2018|
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Response from Chris D | Reviewed this property |
A solid 4 hours. Goes quite quick. There are quite a but if tastings but they are in the smaller end. Although you are full, you don’t feel overly stuffed.
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