From creams to fruit sorbets, by way of novel savoury flavours: whatever the choice, gelato is always a good idea at every hour. Here are the best in Rome.
Today we travel south headed for the coast, where dining destinations share space with important archeological sites. Here are the restuarants of the Rome suburbs Acilia, Ostia, Fiumicino.
Cornetto and cappuccino like the locals do, surely, but also cookies, sandwiches, pancakes, vegan brioches: the best breakfast in Rome is found in these places.
Bakers, kiosks, psnini joints: Rome guards many small places dedicated to street food, which here plunges its roots in the most ancient history. Here is a list of the must street foods of the Eternal City
The typical Roman breakfast features the maritozzo with whipped cream. Where to eat it? Here is our ranking.
Not a trend of the moment (plastic-free, is on everyone's lips), nor a passing fad: in starting to rethink our way of shopping is now necessary. Here's where to buy in Rome.
Crunchy and melty, supplì remains a favourite street food of local Romans and tourists looking for a delicious snack. Where to eat the best? Here is our ranking.
Fruit and vegetables, preserves, fresh pasta, baked goods, cheese: at Roman farmers' markets, many are the excellent local products presented directly by the producers. Here is a selection worth visiting.
Summer is upon us, and it's time to plan outings and day trips to enjoy the fresh air in the countryside, and the genuine flavours of traditional trattorias. Here's where to eat a few kilometers outside Italy's capital.
In February Italians indulge in frappe and castagnole. On the Roman coast, in the district of Ostia, there is a small bakery that opens only during the Carnevale period to prepare traditional pastries. It's called Pasticceria Simona and this is ...Leggi altro