Tre Scalini, three stairs, is famous for their Il Tartufo a combination of 3 different kinds of swiss chocolate made into an ice cream mousse since 1946.
After our Italian coffee, our next stop was at Forno Campo Di Fiori for the best (in my opinion) Roman pizza in town. This place deserves a separate post that I will publish later on. My favourite Roman pizza is the zucchini flowers with anchovies. The sweet taste of the zucchini flowers and the salty taste of the anchovies were the perfect combination and the most unforgettable taste only from Rome.
A busy morning at the famous outdoor market in Rome, Campo di Fiori.
Where they not only sell fresh food, vegetables and fruits but also different kinds of Italian coffee makers.
Of course, we got to try the Sicilian cannelloni from this authentic Sicilian bakery in Rome.
We also ate in this Roman restaurant near the Jewish Ghetto to try the carbonara and Amatriaciana. The carbonara is made with pancetta (bacon), fresh pasta and sauce made from egg, cream and pecorino cheese while the Amatriaciana tasted more meaty because the sauce is made from tomato sauce with pig cheeks.
One of my favourites is the Supli, roman rice balls. I ate some rice balls which were so filling. One good thing about this tour is that it is a walking tour.
Silvia gave us a tour around the Jewish Ghetto telling us the history of the former Jewish residents during WWII.
Check out the prices of these Italian wines.
Then we had more wine and cheese tastings here.
Save the best for last, gelato for us in this Gelato place near the Piazza Venezia which has been here for over 20 years. I tried the ciocollato and pistachio flavours.