Traditional dishes from Rome

The dishes that have become the calling cards of Rome.

What to try in the best cafes in Rome?

  • Pasta "Carbonara" (spaghetti with small pieces of guanciale (salted and unsmoked pork jowl), mixed with a sauce made from eggs, Parmesan cheese, Pecorino Romano cheese, salt, and freshly ground black pepper) - in Rome, it is traditionally served with bacon.
  • Pizza, of course! "Margherita," "Pepperoni," "Quattro Formaggi," "Go-Go," "Napolitana," and many other varieties.
  • Grilled dorado - the most delicious fish at La Famiglia near the train station.
  • Panini - a closed sandwich with various fillings (2-5 EUR).
  • Focaccia - a type of Italian flatbread made from various types of dough containing flour, water, and olive oil. Focaccia can be sweet or savory, filled or unfilled.
  • Prosciutto - Italian cured ham made from specially raised pork leg and seasoned with salt.
  • Delicious local gelato, which has its own unique flavor in every café.
  • Wine - the average cost for 375 ml in Rome is around 5 EUR.

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