Eat like a Roman

Eat like a Roman
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$60.75
Duration: 1 hour
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Description

Join Cecilia in her cozy apartment in the heart of the Roman Street Art district. Good food has always been her passion, and she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, trying her grandmother's recipes along with new ones. She loves the company of people around a table by giving them a free rein to talk. And that’s how the idea of a home-restaurant came about: she offers several menus, with dishes that you can choose, according to your taste or inspiration. There are four menus, with dishes that you can choose from, according to your taste or inspiration. This is a suggested path to find out what the Romans really eat (and think!)

Roman style
Carbonara/Amatriciana spaghetti
Roman dumplings topped with Gorgonzola
Pasta & beans
Soup with Chickpeas & cod/Lentils & Chestnuts/Broccoli & Thornback ray
Roman Style Veal Escalope
Roman grilled lamb chops
Sauteed bitter chicory, Puntarelle or Artichokes
Meat
Mini quiche with pumpkin, Gorgonzola, hazelnuts and flower of wild fennel
Croutons with Colonnata's lard flavored with rosmary
Salty strudel filled with red radicchio, speck and Tuscia's walnuts
Ancient Porcini mushroom soup in bread crust
Roast veal in red onions sauce
Fish
Potato & Anchovies Gratin
Spaghetti with clams, fish roe & lemon flavor
Fish and shellfish soup in jar
Fish fillet roasted in Mediterranean breading
Veggie
Roman broccoli soufflé with Parmesan fondue
Lasagna with wild mushrooms & Taleggio
Millefeuille of pumpkin, potatoes & smoked Provola
Escarole pie
Dessert
Goat Ricotta and sour cherry pie
Tiramisù
Dark chocolate mousse with toasted almond Grandma’s pie with cream and pine nuts
Wine/beer, coffee and spirits included

Join Cecilia in her cozy apartment in the heart of the Roman Street Art district. Good food has always been her passion, and she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, trying her grandmother's recipes along with new ones. She loves the company of people around a table by giving them a free rein to talk. And that’s how the idea of a home-restaurant came about: she offers several menus, with dishes that you can choose, according to your taste or inspiration. There are four menus, with dishes that you can choose from, according to your taste or inspiration. This is a suggested path to find out what the Romans really eat (and think!)