Rome Street Food Tour with Pizza-Making, Trattoria Tastings, & Gelato

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3 hours

Max 12

Why take this tour?

Highlights

  • Learn the secrets and history of Roman street food, the eating heart of the city.
  • Visit 7 small local businesses in the Jewish Ghetto and Historic Center and leave full, with a gelato to finish.
  • Learn how Rome’s Jewish community has influenced the city's taste buds and sample famous Jewish-style fried artichokes.
  • Taste the best supplì in the city at a centuries-old family-run bakery.
  • Get a personalized beer recommendation from the owner of a fantastic local beer shop.
  • Make your own pizza, then sit back and relax as you enjoy it!
  • Sites Visited
  • Jewish Ghetto
  • Centro Storico/Historic Center
  • Local food stop: 2 bakeries
  • Local food stop: 2 pizzerias
  • Local food stop: bar
  • Local food stop: beer shop
  • Local food stop: gelateria
  • Tour Includes
  • Local English-speaking food guide
  • Expertly guided walking tour
  • Food Tasting: Fried Artichoke
  • Food Tasting: Jewish Pizza
  • Food Tasting: Supplì
  • Food Tasting: Fried Cod
  • Beverage Tasting: Beer
  • Food Tasting: Pizza
  • Beverage Tasting: Wine
  • Food Tasting: Gelato
  • Pizza Making Class

Take your tastebuds for a walk & meet the true experts

$95.55
Free Cancellation
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Latest Reviews

Special thanks to Andrea, our tour guide, who made the tour very informative and enjoyable. It was good to experience some of the culinary delights of Rome, and to get to know some of the other people on the tour. There was more than enough to eat, and the pizza making experience, for us, was the best part of the tour. Many thanks and hope to see you again.

Loved it! Marta was especially welcoming, perfectly friendly and very interesting! Thank you for a great evening.

The food on this tour was amazing. This was the highlight of our trip to Rome. Marta was great and which such a small group it was much more intimate than other tours I have been on. I will be recommending this to anyone who is looking for something different to do in Rome.

What a fun tour, with a wonderful fun guide, Valerio. The small group allowed us to experience Rome and the food on a personal level. We were able to sample a variety of local foods, then got to make our own pizza that filled us to the brim. Loved it!

Loved the itinerary and the great explanations of the types of food done in the actual shops, and the pizza making was both informative and a lot of fun!

Meeting Point

Meeting Point Map ⟶

We'll meet in front of the ruins of Portico D'ottavia and your guide will be holding a Devour Rome sign. 

FAQs

Can I use a wheelchair on this tour?
Yes, but we require advance notice in order to accommodate wheelchairs on this tour. After booking, please contact us so that we can organize a private tour for you. If we cannot find a guide to lead you that day we'll offer you the same tour on the next avaialbe date or give you credit for another tour anywhere else in the world.
What if the weather is bad (rain, snow, hail, etc.) on the day of my tour?
Our tours run rain or shine so please dress for the elements. We also ask you to please remember hats and sunscreen if you are taking this tour in the summer as it might be very hot.
Does this tour accommodate vegetarians & people with food allergies?
Yes, but please contact our customer service team after you book ([email protected]) so that your guide will be aware on the day of the tour. Also, not all of the tastings on the tour can be substituted for others, but we will do our very best to make sure that you always have something to eat.
Are there a lot of tastings included in this tour?
Our Rome Food Tour includes a entire meal's worth of tastings, so be sure to come hungry.