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A must do if in Rome! Not only was Julia a great guide - friendly, informative and great company - but the selection of food and wine was amazing! Also, if you have limited time in Rome, this is perfect! Four hours to see main tourist sites and enjoy great food, wine and beer? GREAT IDEA! Would recommend and actually would do it again!
Eat and sightsee your way around Rome’s historical Trevi neighborhood on this half-day food and landmarks tour. Visit the Trevi Fountain and 2nd-century Pantheon, and see the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and more. While strolling, make several food stops to sample specialities like cheeses, wines, prosciutto, pizza, and 'gelato' (ice cream), and explore Campo de' Fiori’s farmers' market. Food and wine tastings amount to a large lunch, and are all included.
Davide is awesome. My sister and I were the only ones there on this night. He did not just go over the recipe but talked a bit about where the ingredients came from. We had a great time. A very nice person and a great time. Absolutely delicious and worth every penny. We came back the next day and ate lunch at the restaurant. In a more populated area - there were no tourists. That’s saying something.
Foodies will love the chance to learn to make some favorite Italian dishes, including pasta from scratch, ravioli, and tiramisu. Immerse yourself in Italian culture through its food, and learn more than you would just eating these dishes at a restaurant. The class takes place at a local restaurant, so you can get a behind-the-scenes look at how Italian restaurants run. Every participant gets their own work station and will sit down at the communal table to eat their delicious creations afterward.
Semi Private Dinner near the Pantheon, Wine Pairing and Visit to Ancient Cellar
Perfect for First Timers in Rome
, Jan 2020
Excellent experience. Daniela was very knowledgeable about both food and the area. It was a great way to start off the week in Rome with insider information on where to eat and what to see. Would recommend this experience to anyone.
This was a wonderful evening! Martina, our guide, was fabulous. She made everyone feel as if they were "home". We were 8 people in all (including Martina). The food was absolutely delicious, and the pairings were great as well. I very highly recommend this.
had a great time in Rome. The wine tasting was great as was the excellent dinner. The host was a lot of fun and made it an enjoyable night. I also met a family on the tour who were great fun. The whole evening was amazing. would do it again.
When in Rome, treat yourself to a luxurious Italian dinner at a family-run restaurant near the Pantheon. Hosted by a culinary connoisseur, this evening experience includes local specialties, from pasta to a meat dish to dessert. Each course is accompanied by a glass of regional wine, and the evening starts with a classic Italian aperitivo in the private cellar, where you enjoy a glass of prosecco served with cured meat and cheeses. This small-group dinner is limited to 10 people for a more intimate experience.
We had a great day with Marco and Roy in Mazzana Romana. Although the same or similar classes are offered in Rome, we very much enjoyed the trip to the town of Mazzana Romana and the change from the City. All of the logistics went smoothly and on time. The shopping in Mazzana was fun and location for the lesson was charming. The food turned out to be delicious. But Marco and Roy were the best part of the trip. They were easy to be with and yet very professional. We truly did learn about Italian cooking and had a wonderful day doing it.
I had so much fun in this class! Elisa and Cornelia were both phenomenal. It's quite a drive to Mazzano Romano but the town itself is very nice and gives you a good small town feel. I enjoyed the market aspect of the tour where they will take you to a local butcher and other stores. We helped in cooking a lot of things - 6 to be exact. And since we did this on my birthday, they even baked a chocolate cake for me! I highly recommend this tour. Pro tip: try to skip breakfast if you can, you're definitely going to need the extra space!
Escape Rome for a day in the countryside learning how to cook authentic Italian dishes. Travel from the city to the ancient village of Mazzano Romano, where your experience starts by shopping for ingredients at the local market. Then help to prepare and cook a traditional meal under the guidance of an instructor before sitting down to enjoy your creations with Italian wine. The class is limited to eight people to provide an intimate, small-group experience.
We loved every stop of this tour. Our guide was extremely personable and made everyone feel very welcome in our group of 10. That takes special talent. We learned a lot in a short period of time (all while eating and drinking delicious treats) about everything from the cuts of meats to the process for making and labeling wines, cheeses, and balsamic vinegars. If you leave this tour without a full stomach and a bit of a wine high, that's you're own fault. What a wonderful way to spend a night in Rome.
We only wish that we had taken this tour sooner in our trip!
Combine food, wine, and history in one half-day walking tour in the center of Rome. Learn about Italian wine at a rooftop bar overlooking the Trevi Fountain and enjoy seven tastings including Barolo and Amarone. Taste a variety of Italian meats and cheeses at Antica Salumeria and explore the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most famous historical buildings.
Roman countryside Food & Wine Tasting in a medieval winery
, Jan 2020
This tour was amazing. Christian, who was the sommelier for the winery, was very engaging and full of interesting information about the property and the wine we were tasting. Paola was also great! We had so much fun on the trip there and back. She helped make the experience unforgettable. Thank you so much for an amazing experience!
We ended up being the only ones on the tour and it was magnificent!! We met with the driver and had a very pleasant drive up to the vineyards without any complications. Christian, our wonderful host and wine master was incredibly knowledgeable about his wines and made us feel like family. The food was absolutely delicious and some of the best we had while In Rome. The wine was also incredibly delightful, full of great flavors and aromas and paired nicely with each dish that was presented to us. We even ending up bringing a couple bottles home with us ! We would most definitely recommend this tour to anyone looking for a memorable experience with great company, food and wine!
Thank you! Jon and Jordan
Trade the bustling streets of Rome for a day in the Lazio countryside on a 4-hour wine tour. Visit a wine cellar in the medieval village of Borgo and get an insider’s perspective on winemaking. Head to an Italian restaurant and enjoy wine pairings with a traditional meal of cheese, meat, and more.
Rooftop Cooking Class and Dinner in Rome: Pasta, Gnocchi and Tiramisù
Experience, Expertise & Eats
, Jan 2020
From the moment we arrived, we knew this would be a special evening. The view of the Vatican, the aesthetically pleasing kitchen and care to detail, as well as the warm host and chef combined made this a memorable and special experience. It was interactive-learning how to make tiramisu, gnocchi and ravioli-and was full of helpful family tidbits. Whether you are a master chef or a beginner you are guaranteed to learn something new and enjoy every last bite of your labors. I highly recommend this experience.
Bruno and the chef were great. Very friendly. We missed a different tour earlier in the day and Bruno happily helped us call the other tour company to sort things out. The food was so delicious and easy to follow making instructions. Would definitely do this again if we come back to Rome. Thank you!
Learn to make fresh pasta and tiramisu, then dine on the rooftop of a private house near Vatican City and watch the sun go down. The relaxed Rome cooking experience includes a glass of prosecco, which you’ll sip as you learn to make classic pasta such as fettuccine and ravioli from scratch. The class is suitable for all ages, and can accommodate vegetarian requests.
Wonderful time with caring and knowledgeable hostess
, Oct 2019
We had a wonderful evening during this tour. Lots of courses and great food and along with a history lesson.
We would highly recommend you ask for Gulia to be your guide as she puts in a lot effort and love in the trip.
This was a very well done tour if you are looking for a General Food tour and some quick highlights of the Jewish ghetto. I assumed this was a food tour inside the Jewish ghetto where there are many restaurants. We only stopped at 1 restaurant inside the ghetto. Our guide was a fantastic & knowledge art historian. So if your looking for a general food tour- this was very good. If your looking for a Food tour inside the Jewish ghetto- this is not it!
Immerse yourself in the flavors of the ‘Eternal City’ on a half-day tour through Rome’s iconic foods and wine. Visit a series of local restaurants in Campo Marzio and the Jewish Ghetto for tastings that range from fish and meat to pizza, pasta, and desserts served alongside Italian wines. Take in the city’s historic sites as you go, with time to explore classic piazzas, ancient Roman sites, temples, and a synagogue. Finish your tour with inside tips on the best places to eat, drink and explore in Rome.
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
Campo de’ Fiori Food Tour
, Feb 2020
I recently attended the food tour and Valeria was an excellent guide. Very knowledgeable about Roman food and the local area. The food we tasted was excellent, - the suppli the gelato were particularly great. I also enjoyed the market and finding out the seasonal foods/ dishes for Winter.
Go on the hunt for some of the best food in Rome on this culinary walking tour through the areas of Campo de’ Fiori, Trastevere, and the Jewish Quarter. With a guide, learn the local secrets of the Eternal City and sample traditional Italian favorites like gelato and pasta, as well as local specialties like fried artichokes. Limited to 12 people, this tour offers a more personal sightseeing experience.
We had an amazing time eating and drinking in Trastavere with our guide, Alina. She had all kinds of information about the sights we saw and food/wine we drank, and was a lot of fun to hang out with. HIGHLY recommended!!
I did the evening food tour in Trastevere with Francesca and it was such a great experience -everyone should do this tour! First of all, Francesca is a fantastic guide - really engaging, created a sense of family among our group and is very knowledgeable. Second, the food is great! We covered a lot in 4 hours and everything we experienced was delicious. well worth the time and money!
Francesca was amazing! She was personable and knowledgeable. She made sure we had everything we needed. There was not an extensive amount of walking but there was a good amount of eating. We were full by the end.
Get to know the Roman neighborhood of Trastevere through its food and wine on this half-day walking tour. Visit local favorite venues for multiple tastings including cheese, ham, pizza, pasta, and aged balsamic vinegar. Explore Trastevere’s cobblestone streets between sampling local wines and beers. Save room for the tour’s final bite: traditional gelato.
We loved this experience! Simone is an amazing host and very helpful. We missed the train from Rome and he rescheduled our experience for later that same day. Once we arrived, we explored the town of Frascati for several hours before our Pasta Making experience began. Watching the rhythm of daily life in a small Italian town was relaxing and enjoyable. We loved this experience - the wine tasting, making the pasta, watching Simone make our sauces, then eating our creations. It was a wonderful experience, a great value for the money, and I highly recommend it! Just make sure you allow plenty of time at Termini station to buy your tickets and get to the correct platform so you don't miss the train!
My husband and I booked this just a couple of days before attending - we wanted to do a wine tasting before heading home, and were excited to find this combined experience of pasta making. It was such a great experience and, hands down, one of the highlights of our trip! The staff were personable and did a wonderful job sharing their family's history, the story of their wines, and the pasta making process. It was a small group, so each of us were able to receive support and never did you feel like you were being ignored or waiting too long to move onto the next step. The pasta making process is simple, and even the most inexperienced of chefs can enjoy the experience. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for an authentic experience while on holiday near Rome.
Enjoy a short walking tour around Frascati, before being introduced to some homemade wines and joining a cooking class. Throughout your cooking class, you will learn how to make authentic Roman-style pasta, before sitting down to enjoy it with your group.
I had this tour to myself, and Roger, my guide was great. Since I was the only person who signed up he tailored the tour to also include history about the sights we passed on the way-which was great! The food was also a fun way to get to know the city as someone who just arrived.
Taste your way through Rome's street food scene on this gourmet walking tour. Sample a variety of street foods, such as zucchini flowers, suppli, pastries, and pizza, while taking in the impressive scenery of historic Rome all around you. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors to Rome and for foodies who want to learn more about Roman cuisine.
First visit for Prosecco & Cheese was excellent with fantastic knowledge & excellent product.2nd visit was for deep fried cod & frascati - generous portions & tasty.next visit was salami & red wine which was very good with a big selection of salami.Dinner was really good - big portions & very tasty.Finally our gelato visit was a great way to end the night.Our guide Adrian ( from Albania )was a really friendly family man with good local knowledge about the food and all the locations we visited.I would highly recommend this tour as it is exceptional value for money.Thank you
We had the best time in this tour! We got endless amounts of yummy food and wine. Most of the places we went to were off the beaten path that we wouldn’t have ever discovered ourselves and were absolutely delicious! Highly recommend
Combine two attractions Rome has to offer - delicious food and ancient history - on this tour that starts in the lively Campo de’Fiori and ends in one of the city’s oldest trattorias. Snack your way through Rome’s delicious street food, trying baccala fritto and pizza al taglio. Your foodie guide orients you to the city while teaching you about the tastes you shouldn’t miss during your visit.
Small-Group Pasta Making with a Local Chef in Rome
So much fun! (and Tasty!)
, Jan 2020
Stefano and Rafaella (our chefs for the evening) were outstanding! We had a large U.S. based group visiting Italy. Everything was well organized from the meeting point, to the walk to the event, through to enjoying dinner, plenty of wine, etc. I'd highly recommend!
We enjoyed the small-group pasta making experience. The most hands-on part of the evening is the actually making of the pasta, which was taught to us as a step-by-step process. Drinks not quite as free-flowing as expected. The pasta-making class was actually in an apartment complex. Dessert on offer was store-bought Panetone, which while nice was a bit unexpected, after a prepared antipasto and then the made pasta.
We had a group of six (range in age from 20 - 50) and all had a great time. Not a cook by any means but now excited to make pasta for friends and family. The instructors were great, funny, and a real pleasure. What a way to end a wonderful trip to Rome.
Learn to make pasta by hand with a professional chef-instructor for a truly memorable experience in Rome. Your 3.5-hour cooking class takes place in an airy loft apartment and covers the basics of different styles of pasta. Nibble on light appetizers and a glass of prosecco as you begin to prepare the pasta meal. When you have finished, enjoy your dinner at a table on the rooftop terrace with great views. You can also ask your instructor about Italian cuisine and tips for your time in Rome.
We've done wine tastings all of the world and this one was OK. The three wines were a white that was not well loved by the 6 guests, a rose and a red. I would have preferred 2 whites and 2 reds and skip the rose. Plenty of food to try with the tastings but only 1 that went with red wine. Our host was knowledgeable, but didn't get to know us past the fact that we are all Americans. Then she left without waiting for us to finish our wine/food and conversations so we could tip her, which we were ready to do. Company was pleasant and location by the Colosseum was convenient, but I've like other wine tastings better.
Enjoy the culinary delights of Italy during a wine and cheese tasting in Rome. At a wine bar located in Rome’s historical center, near the Colosseum, you’ll learn about the local cuisine as you sip red and white wine and snack on cheese and cured meats. Discuss the food and wine with a knowledgeable guide, who tells you about the differences between varieties. It’s a great pre-dinner activity in the Eternal City.
Beautiful and delicious experience. Our guide Domenico was knowledgeable, engaging. Got everybody involved into food. Very enthusiastic. Everybody got a good time. Enriching experience. We went to local
Places with delicious roman dishes.
Jessica & Kevin
Our guide Francesca was friendly, made us feel like family and had a wonderful sense of humor. The Prati local family owned deli, restaurants, best pizza in Roma and unique, delicious gelato was molto bene! Our familia will recommend this tour to everyone! Ciao!
Experience Rome with all your senses on this delicious sunset walking and eating tour of Rome's Prati District. See Rome like a local, as you stroll the streets of Prati with your knowledgeable local guide, popping into different gourmet food stores to sample a plethora of foods. Visit some real hidden gems, as you snack on cured meats and cheeses, eat amazing pizza, and meet some of the artisanal food makers who give you recipes and food making tips. Group sizes are limited to 13 people, so book early to secure your spot.
Really enjoyed this experience. We had 2 great chefs show us how to make amazing pasta and tiramisu. They were really patient and encouraging and told us some great tips for when we attempt to make ourselves at home. And it all tasted delicious! My husband and I would highly recommend this experience.
Create 3 Italian Famous dishes, homemade Pasta from scratch like Fettuccine and stuffed Pasta Ravioli, and prepare your own Tiramisu dessert. Then enjoy your creations for dinner in heart of Rome in a historical Restaurant in Piazza Navona.
Class took place in a very nice restaurant. Everything was well organized. The small group class was nice, and most of all- Theo, our chef, was amazing; highly professional and experienced, kind and patient. He created a very nice atmosphere, and the food was VERY GOOD. We loved every minute!
I booked this class on a whim, as I inadvertently had an extra day in Rome with a flight cancellation. And, I am sooo glad I did. The class was small and an intimate grop size of six of us--with detailed attention from the instructor. He spoke very good english and answered all our questions and gave us tips and pointers to help us along the way--and to help make the pasta at home on our own successfully. The class was so enjoyable, educational and delicious--as we all sat down together in the dining room to enjoy the fruits of our labor. The pasta was delicious and so was our tiramisu. So much better than other cooking classes I have taken abroad on holidays. This is so worth the time and money! I am already back home--and successfully made a delicious batch our homemade hand-cut pasta just like Joaquin taught us. Today--I am going to try making the handmade farafalle he taught us. I am so happy I took this class and cannot recommend it more highly! My next trip to Rome, I would love to take another class with Eat & Walk Italy and for different recipes. Thank you--mille grazie!
Learn to make classic Italian dishes—pasta and tiramisu—during this workshop in Rome. With a small group, enjoy a hands-on workshop and have plenty of time to ask questions. Then, sit down with your fellow classmates and enjoy the meal with a glass of wine. You have plenty of time to ask questions about Italian cuisine to your host.
When we think about visiting Italy, for most of us, I think the first thing that comes to mind is the food. So what better way to take that home than to learn some Italian cooking?
Chef Alessandri was an excellent instructor. He kept things light and fun, while sharing a lot of information. One of the things I really liked was that he not only explained HOW to do things - he also explained WHY something should be prepared a certain way to cook it properly and bring out the right flavors.
With it being a half-day course, we got to cover a lot of ground. Our class worked on three pasta dishes, each with its own type of pasta and a matching sauce that was quite different from the others. The tomato mother sauce was delicious, of course. The gnocchi turned out to be the best I've had - it nearly melted in your mouth.
If you can set aside half a day during your visit to Rome, I would definitely recommend this class. You'll have some new knowledge for making dinner when you get home... and your friends will ooh and ahh over the pictures.
Chef Federico was personable and knew his stuff. We arrived at Piazza Farnese and did a bit of exploring in the market and surrounding narrow cobbled streets. Chef and his two sou chefs were right on time. Our market visit and subsequent cheese ship and butcher shop visits were very informative. Walking to his well equipped cooking studio was a bit of a challenge over the gobble stones. Not recommended for mobility challenged. After washing up, we donned our aprons and got to work. During the next four hours we prepared three different handmade pastas and sauces and a main dish of veal loin and learned a myriad of cool culinary tips. Then we enjoyed the fruits of our labors and those of Chef and his Sou Chefs...accompanied by a choice of excellent red and white local Italian wines. Since we had previously done the must-see tourist attractions, this Chef in a Day Class was well worth the time and the price! Manga and Enjoy!
Excellent Cooking Class with Chef Fabrizio Minelli
, Nov 2019
The class size was perfect. About 9 students. It was fun going to the market with Chef Minelli to choose the vegetables, cheeses, breads. Chef Minelli showed us how to make from scratch 3 types of pastas one filled with freshly made pesto. We also made fresh Mother Sauce to go with the pasta. The class participated making the dishes with personalized instruction from the chef. Chef Minelli explained things throughout the class such as why three types of tomatoes are used for the sauce or how and why to properly cook the potatoes for the gnocchi. The presentation of all the dishes was impressive. Chef Minelli and his two assistants did an excellent job with the cooking class. Also, the wine was plentiful and delicious too. I would highly recommend taking this class. Informative, organized, professional, delicious and memorable.
Learn the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine from a professional chef during this cooking class in Rome. Experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Campo de' Fiori market as you shop for ingredients, then get hands-on as you whip up fresh homemade pasta, side dishes, and dessert. Finish by tucking into a delicious 6-course lunch, accompanied by fine Italian wines.
Hidden Rome Food Tour in Trastevere with Dinner and Wine
, Oct 2019
This was an outstanding tour. Come hungry because you'll need the room in your stomach. Our guide, Monica was outgoing, informative, knowledgeable and friendly. The food and wine was all very good as well. Definitely don't miss out on this tour while you're here.
Excellent tour. We arrived in Rome that afternoon. Our guide not only explained the various types of restaurants as well as getting food samples. We only had 7 people, which made the experience even better. Then we had a four course first dinner in Rome. What not to like.
Experience Rome’s restaurant-filled Trastevere district on this evening food tour with an insider guide. You’ll sample authentic Roman dishes at a selection of eateries in the historical neighborhood, known for its local nightlife scene. Enjoy a glass or wine or prosecco, as well.
Top Class of Ravioli & Meatballs: Workshop of Italian Dishes in Rome
Taste of Rome
, Jan 2020
We had a great time learning traditional methods to these dishes. The instructors give clear and easy to follow instructions. They help you through each step so that you truly understand. I will use what I have learned for when I get home.
the class was fantastic. we did meatballs and Ravioli. my wife has a gluuten allegry, and we were going to cancel when we found out what we were cooking, but they graciously allowed her to cook (she is not allergic to touching glutinous things) and then made her a gluten free meal so she could eat with us. just a great overall experience.
We had a great time at this class. I had read previous reviews and we had been told by our travel agent that the location of this class was a private residence. When we arrived, we were surprised to find that it was a small restaurant. Our instructor was very patient and explained well as we went along. He went around the table multiple times to help out the class--about 12 people. Making pasta by hand is a lot of work! My kids, ages 10 and 12, had a great time too. They were very happy to get their hands dirty! First we made meatballs by combining the meat and soggy bread, then rolling the balls. The pasta dough for the ravioli took the bulk of our prep time. The filling was ricotta cheese and a bit of spinach. Everyone in the class got the raviolis that they made. The kitchen in the back cooked each group's food separately, which was good for the others because our raviolis weren't the best looking. It was very good, if a little bland. This was definitely a carb- and gluten-heavy meal. Overall we had a great time, especially my kids. My only complaint is that the meat (for meatballs) and the filling of the raviolis seemed a little sparse. But I would recommend this activity because how many people can say they made pasta in Rome?!?
Savor the authentic taste of two Italian homestyle favorites during this cooking class and meal led by a professional chef. Tie on an apron, sip a glass of wine, and learn to make stuffed ravioli and Nonna’s meatballs from scratch. Sit down with new friends to enjoy the homemade lunch or dinner, paired with red or white wine.
Would you like to have a relaxing break from the bustle of Rome, but you don't know where to go?
Here is what you need: a wine tasting Tour in one of the most fascinating and famous cities around Rome: Frascati.
Besides the wine tasting, this half day tour will give you the chance to visit the old town and appreciate a typical lunch in a traditional osteria.
What are you waiting for to take a deserved break?
We spent four days in Rome before departing on a 10 day cruise. We did this tour on our final night. The guide was very good as was the dinner which was included in the tour. Rome at night is beautiful and the sites we visited were especially lovely at night. The Trevi Fountain was just reopened following extensive cleaning and was wonderful. We all left our coins there in hopes of our return to the Eternal City!
The tour guide was excellent and the food very good. However the tour was not scheduled to take us back to the hotel. We were left to find a way back on our own. This was unacceptable to leave guest late at night In a city they don't know.
See the Eternal City lit up at night on this evening tour of Rome with dinner. Begin at a restaurant near the Trevi Fountain for a traditional Italian meal, then take a walk around the area—part of Rome’s historical center—to enjoy the nighttime ambiance. Afterward, a panoramic coach tour takes you to see illuminated attractions, finishing at the Colosseum.
Adrian was very friendly and knowledgeable, Good sample of different foods (loved the salami but pasta was a little disappointing... too dry). Wine at most food stops so be prepared. Lots of walking involved.
Eat and drink your way around Rome on an evening food tour of the city center and Trastevere. In a small group of no more than 12 people, you’ll learn about Rome’s cuisine through the ages, get tips for places to eat, and sample some of the finest food in town. The 4-hour tour is done by foot, and includes ample food samples, supper in a Trastevere restaurant, and a locally made gelato.