Cucina romana (Roman cooking) is a mixture of traditional trattorias, enotecas (wine bars) and a burgeoning gastronomical scene ripe with local ingredients and international flair.
Pasta staples: carbonara, alla gricia, amatriciana and cacio e pepe are a must!
Salute! Indulge in over 2,000 grape varieties with a wine culture that spans millennia. It’s the best way to perfect your il dolce far niente, the sweet art of idleness.
Pro-tip: Book a private food and wine tour with Katie Parla, a Rome-based food journalist and educator.
Casa Mia offers bespoke food, wine and cheese excursions as well as private cooking classes for those feeling adventurous.