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Hidden Rome Food Tour in Trastevere with Dinner and Wine

Rome, Italy

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  • Family friendly
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
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The Italian Aperitivo
An  aperitivo (or apéritif) is often compared to an American happy hour, but it’s much more than that! A light meal and drink that takes place at the end of the workday, an aperitivo is meant to  whet your appetite. Tuck into some  tasty cheese and cold cuts, including fresh and juicy  mozzarella di bufala. Pair it up with some the  best local wine and get to know your fellow visiting foodies and local guide. 

Filetti di Baccalà 
Continue your  Rome food tour at one of our favorite  hidden gems in Trastevere. Once inside the restaurant, with a second glass of wine in hand, taste a popular Roman  street food snack. Baccalà, or salted codfish, is a local favorite dish. Crisp on the outside and light and flakey on the inside, this is an excellent snack to grab on the go. 

Farm to Table Antipasto
Among other stops, visit a farm to table antipasto spot that serves freshly-made finger foods. In Italy, the farm to table concept is called “Kilometer zero” (Km0). In a Km0 shop or restaurant, food is prepared from ingredients produced in the local or surrounding regions. You can’t get  fresher than that! In addition to classic antipasto dishes, taste some local biological wines

The Best Roman Pizza
It's impossible to come to Italy and not eat pizza. Stop for some Roman pizza or  pizza al taglio (cut to go). The Italian version of fast food, pizza al taglio is a popular way to grab a bite to eat on the run. Unlike pizza you order in a sit-down restaurant, pizza al taglio has a thin, crunchy crust. Once you learn how to order it, this type of pizza is an excellent staple for the rest of your trip to Rome. 

Dinner at a Local Roman Restaurant
An  evening food tour in Rome isn’t complete without a stop for an authentic Roman dinner. Sit down and relax in a friendly local restaurant and sample two popular  Roman pasta plus some antipasti selections. Wash it down with even more delicious wine. Relax and soak up more Roman culture over dinner.  Ask questions, get recipes, enjoy

The Best Gelato in Rome
You didn't think we'd finish a food tour without  gelato, did you? If you've been in Italy, regardless of the time of year, you'll know how important it is to end each evening with a gelato. It's a staple food for Italians. Learn how to spot a good gelato from one with additives.


  • At least six stops with eight tasting
  • At least three glasses of wine
  • An expert local foodie guide
  • Central meeting point
  • Authentic Roman food
  • Small Group Size of 10 people or less
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Additional Info:
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved
  • Please contact us if you have any specific requests or a possible intolerance
  • Stops on this tour are subject to change due to seasonal/holiday venue closures

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Central Rome
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In the city center, near Largo Argentina.
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