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Jokes, fun and a bit of overindulgence
Among the tastiest and most popular recipes of Roman cuisine, abbacchio "a scottadito" (grilled lamb) is the dish par excellence of festivities and spring season, accordin[...]
Delicious, filled with pastry cream and dusted with powdered sugar, a truly explosion of goodness both in the fried and baked version: a close relative of the Neapolitan Zeppole, St.[...]
Biscotti tipici dei Castelli Romani di origine antichissima
One of the absolute protagonists of typical Roman cuisine is "the fifth quarter", the offal of butchered animals, which gave birth to the tastiest recipes of local gastronomy.
Among the courses linked to the strong tradition with a predominantly family character, handed down over the centuries orally, the ricotta and sour cherry tart is a great classic o[...]
“Romano de Roma”, a truly Roman character
The first day of the month of May has always been a feast day for Romans and an occasion to leave the city behind and enjoy a day out in the countryside, “for de porta” (outside the city g[...]
In Ancient Rome, this delicious fruit was traditionally a part of the festivities in honour of Adonis, taking place during the Ides of June.
Sweet and delicate flavour, soft texture and white colour: ricotta is the perfect ingredient to accompany many traditional Roman recipes.
Dining with the poet Horace
Ode to flavour
The tradition of eating broad beans to remember the dead goes far back in time – to Ancient Rome.
Che figo! (lit. What a fig!) - So cool!
Artisan gelato, a fascinating history of the fusion of cultures.
The eighth king of Rome
Il Natale è un’occasione per riunirsi in famiglia e condividere i piaceri della tavola
a 2,000 year long history
When in Rome, do as the Romans do, especially when, on holidays, the city reveals one of its most irresistible aspects: the exceptional gastronomic tradition.
“Portace n’antro litro”, Bring us one more bottle
Modest and aromatic, onion and garlic are two fundamental ingredients of traditional Roman cuisine, rich in intense and genuine flavours.
A fresh explosion of taste
A peasant delight
Dolci tradizionali, uova, sode ed al cioccolato e carni di agnello
Crumbly, fragrant and, above all, very light, the Pinsa Romana is among the latest gastronomic trends to have conquered the palates of the Capital and beyond!
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