– Pro Loco Dol, a deli specialising in the finest offerings from the Lazio region, is another top spot to visit. With its convenient location in the up-and-coming suburb of Centocelle, easily accessible via the new subway stops, it’s a must-visit for food lovers. For travel tips, simply ask our Concierge Team.
– Tucci travels to the Testaccio neighbourhood, known for its historical significance in Roman cuisine and former slaughterhouses. There, he discovers the history of offal and innards in Roman food, which leads him to the experimental restaurant, Santo Palato. Chef Sarah Cicolini, with her unique menu combining tradition with modern twists, offers a taste of Italy’s culinary history, including a frittata with chicken innards, oxtail meatballs, and trippa alla romana. It’s not for the faint of heart, but worth trying for the full experience.
– Other must-visit locations include Campo de’ Fiori, where Tucci witnesses a grocer preparing artichokes, and Bistrot64 in the Flaminio neighbourhood, where he tries the delectable cacio e pepe. This dish, described as “impossibly simple and delectable,” is a must-order when in Rome on one of our adventures.