By Alessandro Costetti, a curious photographer and nature enthusiast who switched the gothic grandeur of London for the art and culture of Rome’s ancient magic.
Edited by Holly Stark
Rome’s faultless food scene is open and on tap throughout the year. With a tasty array of regional varieties, authentic food choices and the simple use of fresh local produce, the city tempts foodies to the must try Roman food scene. Wondering what to eat in Rome? Be prepared to take your appetite on a wandering tour through the city’s weaving streets. Taste the refined, local flavours of one of the most dynamic neighbourhoods, the Jewish Ghetto, as you soak up the vibe and try the iconic artichoke dish loved by many. Experience the crucial, historically working-class suburbs, where lower cost of living has allowed entrepreneurs to flourish and the food scene to thrive. Any food-focused traveler will be spoilt for choice, with an array of bars and gourmet restaurants making Rome the ideal home to satisfy your tastebuds. The Italian capital has plenty to offer your palate; through Rome street food, inexpensive eateries and bakeries conjuring up traditional Roman desserts; you will never be bored of dining out in this delicious city.