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We visited several places on The Roman Food Tour . This outlet was sooh like those set up in the suburb of Carlton , Melbourne , Australia in the 1950s. The produce looked delicious, the variety of food for sale and the very warm welcome...More
We stayed at an Airbnb nearby and had to buy some meats before returning home. Popped into this gem of a place. The gentleman behind the counter was so accommodating. Because we fully looked and sounded like tourists, he offered to vacume pack and portion...More
I'm a client of this shop from years. and that's the place you need to find something really special. They have almost all the best italians cheeses and salami, and a huge choice of internationals delicatessen. Be carefull, all the product are the top quality...More
I guess I was a bit skeptical, but had to check out this shop since it was recommended and had some great reviews. Really glad i took the trip, you also get to visit a less touristy part of the city as a bonus.
If you are looking for a nice little spot for a quiet espresso, cafe au latte or however you like your coffee this is a great spot. In addition to the many pastry choices is their made before your eyes cannelloni with a variety of...More
Very interesting selection of cheese and hams, mainly from small producers, of premium quality. The price ranges are typically between €30 and €200 euro per kilo, but worth every cent. Tried several samples and every one was a delight. I've stopped buying from supermarkets ever...More
Finally, on our third trip to Rome we made it! Oh my...If peering in the window doesn’t make you swoon…you need help! La Tradizione cellars and cares for a selection of 400 cheeses and they have a choice of 300 “cold cuts”...wow!!! They also have...More
This is probably the most amazing gourmet shop in Rome. Definitely not a place for tourists- always crowded with locals.
They have salumi, cheeses, wines, truffles and any Italian delicacy your heart might desire.
Most of the stuff comes from very small producers- hence the...More