Meet your guide in Piazza farnese, central Rome, and then set off on your 3.5-hour food walking tour in Rome. Like all Italians, Romans love to eat, so your expert local guide is well placed to introduce you to Rome's favorite eateries.
First stop is Campo de' fiori to explore its famous food market popular with locals and tourists alike. Your guide will introduce you to some of the traders here who will happily let you sample some of their high-quality offerings.
A large concentration of the capital's restaurants and bars are found in the picturesque cobblestone streets of Trastevere, a vibrant neighborhood where bustling eateries spill outside into its pretty piazzas.
On a stroll through this eclectic end of town, your guide will show off some of the locals' firm favorites - sample a classic Roman pasta dish inside a top restaurant and then stop at a caf to try out the best pizza bianca (tomato-free pizza) in town. Taste fresh mozzarella with locally cured salami, and then stop at Fata Margana gelaterie for an artisan gelato, the Italian's far superior answer to Ice cream!
Continue your tour through Romes Jewish ghetto, an equally bohemian neighborhood - just south of the city's historic center. Hunt out the ghettos most popular delicatessens and grocery stores that are peppered throughout the streets, sandwiched between interesting artisan studios and vintage shops. Try suppli, every Roman's favorite fried risotto ball and then sample some of the staples of Italian Jewish cuisine, like fried artichokes and codfish in Piazza della Cinque Scole.