An Italian bakery with a bit of French inspiration not far from the Colosseum.
There are two airports in Rome, but the most improved (by far) is Fiumicino. The main Rome airport has a new international area with seriously good food. Top of my list to try was Attimi by Heinz Beck. The chef is most famous for La Pergola, which is the only restaurant in Rome with three […]
I try not to use too many superlatives unnecessarily but after eating literally hundreds of scoops of gelato, I can say that Otaleg is absolutely the very best gelato in Rome. The only problem with getting a taste of this deliciousness was that the shop was a bit outside of the city center — but […]
Pasticerria Andreotti has been a fixture in Rome’s Ostiense neighborhood for more than 80 years. The pastry was founded in 1931 by Bruno Andreotti, who came to Rome from a small town in Tuscany near Lucca. The pastry shop is still run by the family, and Marco (Bruno’s grandson) told me that the most famous desserts are […]
Update 2019: Unfortunately, Za’atar has closed permanently. When it comes to Roman food, Testaccio is without a doubt the neighborhood you want to be in. In many ways, Testaccio gave rise to some of Rome’s most beloved culinary traditions – particularly offal based dishes known as the quinto quarto (fifth quarter). While the neighborhood is […]