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Wonderful history and great assortment of foods. Really felt like we had some traditional Roman foods and our guide was great!!
This was a wonderful way to spend the day. Loved being able to see 3 very different parts of Roma while exploring the cuisine. Valeria was the best guide possible. She has so must history and knowledge to share. Not to mention all the YUMMY food we tasted at each and every stop. I even was able to buy cheese from Ruggeri in the Campo de Fiori, with her assistance. My favorite dish was the in Jewish Ghetto: Fried Artichokes.
Excellent tour with a very knowledgable tour guide. Highly recommend this tour.
Lots of fun. Small group is great, you can ask more questions and no waiting for samples, etc. guide was friendly and knowledgeable. Nice way to walk, eat and see the sites! Would do it again.
What an amazing tour! We had Valeria as our guide and this tour was the highlight of our trip! Definitely recommend doing it in the early part of your time in Rome we did it our first day because she shares insights about what food is in season, tips on local Roman dishes, what to order in restaurants, how to pick the best restaurants and how to find authentic gelato. All the food we tried was absolutely amazing, and we went back to all the places from the tour other days during our trip.
This tour was outstanding! Valeria our guide provided insight, inspiration and a number of delicious experiences from a native Roman point of view. Loved it.
Our guide was amazing! Ilaria just make our day the most special day in Rome!
Rain spoiled the day but that could not be controlled. Our guide, Francesca, was very knowledgeable and friendly. The pace was good however it would have been nice to have opportunities to shop at the stops we were visiting that felt a little rushed. I felt the tasting portions were very small at Ruggeri only 2 small pieces of cheese and one salami the size of a stamp. The guide did say that we could go back to the stores we visited but without a map it was hard to know exactly how to get back to those places. I would recommend providing an itinerary and map so that you can back-track if you wanted to at the end of the tour. We started in one place and ended in another with no directions on how to get back to where we were or addresses of the places we visited. I took photos so that I could Google them later but I would suggest providing tour details at the beginning of the tour with specifics about where we are going and a map.
Our tour guide went above and beyond!! She was absolutely excellent!! The food was excellent with large portions maybe a little too much. This tour is worth every penny!
I highly recommend this tour. Everything we tasted was delicious and so fresh! It was well worth it-even walking in the rain!!
This was one of the best excursions we took on our 21 day vacation. Our guide, Valerie, was extremely knowledgeable and entertaining. While the weather was bad the tour was fantastic. A walking progressive dinner! Make sure you go with an empty stomach as there is a lot of food to eat along the way.
My friends and I loved this tour. Our guide was so knowledgeable and passionate about this beautiful area of Rome, the markets and the local culinary delights. Definitely a must do!
Great value for money. We did the morning tour and although we had been to Rome many times before we were taken to parts we had
not been to and the guide was very knowledgeful. The samples of food were very generous - definitely do not eat before you go on this tour! Thoroughly recommend it. Glad we chose it.
Excellent food walking tour: got a chance to visit the market, local shops and experience various restaurants and food that locals not tourists frequent. This tour covered a lot of area including the market, Jewish ghetto and Trestavere sections. Very informative, a lot of fun and plenty of food.
We are Viator believers! We met our lovely tour guide Ilaria near the Campo de' Fiori. For the next few hours we were entranced, delighted and sated by the simple yet exquisite flavors of Rome. It's the original farm-to-table movement. Ilaria walked and talked us through the sights and smells of this wonderful market and surrounding cheese and meat shops, before moving on to long time,family-owned and operated bakeries and cafes. We sampled amazing cheeses, delectable savoury meats, delicious baked goodies, Roman pizza my mouth is watering as I type, Jewish Ghetto specialties and finally, gelato that defies description. Ilaria was charming, warm, funny and extremely knowledgeable as she shared her passion for Roman food and culture. Definitely worth it - one of the highlights of our entire trip.
Of all the tours we did this was our favourite wished we had done this earlier in the week so we could have gone back and enjoyed more food. The Bakery was outstanding. Small group there was 4 of us!!
Wow! Fantastic tour! Ilaria was terrific, full of information and fun! We could not have been happier! I’d do this tour again in a heartbeat!!
This tour was most enjoyable, starting with the areas we visited, the food we ate and the special people we met on this tour. We enjoyed Trastevere so much, we stayed and finished a bottle of wine in Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere.
Our tour guide was amazing! Not to far of a walk and you get to experience real Italian food. After this tour you come to see how many restaurants in Rome are geared toward tourist. This tour takes you to some great places to truely eat like a Roman. I suggest doing it at the begining of your stay so you can visit them after.
We knew that food in Italy is a religion, so we figured this might be a great place for a food tour. We werent wrong. Still, given how familiar we thought we were with Italian cuisine, we didnt expect to learn a whole lot. We just figured we would get to sample some of the best examples of local dishes from the best local restaurants and shops. We WERE wrong on that front.
The tour, organized by Gourmeataly, surprised us with how educational it was about regional specifics. They explained, for instance, the strict rules around what ingredients go into a proper spaghetti carbonara, and how there is a body that governs these things. They highlighted the differences between the Roman thin-crust pizza and the thicker-crusted original version from Napoli. They pointed out the proper way to store mozzarella to make sure it retains its rich flavour and buttery texture, and then gave us a taste of the real thing. And they gave us valuable tips.
With each stop on our tour, we tried something different and exciting fried zucchini flowers, aged pecorino romano cheese, fried suppli, and a proper Roman carbonara pasta. Our guide, Antonia, was wonderfully knowledgeable and happy to answer all our questions never rushing us.
For a foodie, theres no faster way than a properly organized food tour to get a taste-bud fix in a new city. And this one was worth every penny.
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