Private Food Tour

Why do this tour

To visit the charming city center while tasting delicious Roman food and experience an olive oil tasting with an olive oil sommelier.

Highlights of this Tour

Tasting traditional Italian dishes:

  • Italian breakfast
  • Italian cheeses and cold cuts
  • Supplì with a glass of wine
  • Olive oil tasting
  • Traditional pasta dish
  • Original Italian gelato
  • And more…


Start: 9.00 am

Tour lasts: Approximately 4 hours

Meeting point: Largo Argentina in front of Teatro Argentina

Important information: Snacks and wine may vary in base of what’s seasonal.

In order to give you the best experience possible, please let us know if there is some food that you don’t eat or if you have food allergies, and we’ll adapt to your specific request.

Tour description

During this culinary adventure around Rome you’ll discover picturesque corners of the Eternal City, you’ll taste delicious traditional food and find out what the “fifth quarter cuisine” is. On our food tour, you’ll get a glimpse of roman history and culture while tasting the delicious street food.

The food tour starts with a traditional Italian breakfast: caffè and cornetto “al banco”. After intense shot of coffee that will wake you up, we’re off to the most famous food market of Rome at Campo de’ Fiori. Here you’ll learn why it’s important to eat seasonal and you’ll discover some peculiar local fruits and veggies.

Next stop is at a delicacies shop where you’ll taste some of the most famous cheeses and cold cuts of Italy. Surrounded by aromatic Parma ham and parmesan wheels you’ll learn about the process of making cheese.

Our food tour also includes a picturesque stroll through the charming neighborhood of Trastevere which literally means accross the Tiber. In fact in Ancient times it was the only neighborhood that existed on the right bank of the river. Its narrow streets sided with small tables of the roman trattorias are the perfect background for your unique vacation photos.

Here in a trendy restaurant you’ll taste a classical pasta dishs, cooked perfectly “al dente” and you’ll join an exciting olive oil tasting where you’ll learn what extra virgin olive oil means and how many incredible varieties of olives are grown in Italy. We’ll also give you a brief explanation of how to appropriately pair the olive oil with food.

Last but not least you’ll taste the best Italian gelato!

How to reserve

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Piazza Santa Maria in Vallicella, Via del Pellegrio, Campo de’ Fiori, Via dei Giubbonari, Piazza Trilussa, Via San Francesco a Ripa, Piazza San Cosimato.