Italian cuisine is known as the “mother of western food”. Fresh ingredients such as olive oil, dried cheese, tomatoes, potatoes, ham, sausages, mushrooms, oysters, etc., create a rich and unique taste of Italian cuisine.
In Rome, pizza, seafood pasta, tiramisu and other popular Italian cuisine is just the tip of the iceberg. More taste buds are a surprise. You can only go deep into the streets of Rome to experience it.
Roscioli Caffe, Rome’s finest dessert shop, is always overcrowded. If you are looking for desserts and salty points worthy of a circle of friends, Roscioli Caffe will definitely be the best.
The old-fashioned restaurant, Armando al Pantheon, which began in 1961, has a wooden structure on the ceiling that brings out the atmosphere of the local food lovers. It is the most authentic classic Italian cuisine in the production. Since its opening, it has always been an indispensable part of the Roman food industry and is often overcrowded.
Unlike the Neapolitan pizza, the Romans love to slice pizza, which is convenient and varied. Baked eggplant and fresh cheese, ham, sausage, salmon chopped, garnished with octopus and arugula on the pizza, etc. Each piece of pizza from the back to the front of the table, the Pizzarium Pizza Shop is full of intoxicating aroma.
The Romans who often shop after the Spanish Square, the most loved is Pastificio. This is a small block shop offering authentic Italian cuisine at an affordable price.
After the Romans were keen on the night carnival, they rushed to Trapizzino with a slight awareness. Trapizzino is only a good choice of 3.5 euros: the crispy white pizza cut into triangles, surrounded by lean stewed meat and delicious vegetables, cannot be resisted.
The beautiful coastline brings fresh and delicious seafood to Italy. Whether it’s fried, grilled or raw, the Roman chefs will always make a seafood dish that will make you covet your life.
Italian handmade ice cream Gelato enjoys a good reputation. Unlike thick, creamy American ice cream, Gelato uses milk instead of cream, and at the same time it has very little air, so it has a firmer texture and a smoother, smoother taste.
In the classic scene of the film “Roman Holiday”, Audrey Hepburn eats Gelato on the big steps of the Plaza of Spain. If you have the chance to come to Rome, don’t forget to taste a Gelato on the big steps. Maybe you will inadvertently taste your love.
In the Italian cooking process, on the basis of maintaining the original taste of the food, pay attention to the combination of dishes and wine, eat authentic Italian dishes, and learn to appreciate the wonderful sparks produced by the food and wine.
In the air of Rome, where the romantic atmosphere is filled, in addition to visiting places of interest, you can enjoy the handsome guys who are full of beauty in the streets. Those foods that will last forever are sure to let you leave, and you still have to take a little “sweet burden”.