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Jewish Rome Sunday Food Tour

Highlights
  • Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
  • Led by a local guide
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Jewish Rome Sunday Food Tour
From USD 76.33
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Jewish Rome Sunday Food Tour
USD 76.33
Overview
Spend a delicious Sunday tasting your way through Europe's oldest Jewish neighborhood on this 3-hour walking food tour in Rome. Visit Anthony Bourdain’s favorite Kosher-style restaurant and try authentic Jewish-Roman specialties like fried artichokes, cured meats, and ricotta cake. Watch a gelato-making demo and sip Italian craft beer, all while learning the ancient history of this fascinating community along the way.
What to Expect

Make the most of a weekend in Rome on this Sunday food tour, eating your way through the ancient city center while discovering some of Rome’s most important sights along the way. Stop in at local restaurants and bakeries, as well as pastry shops, where you will watch sweet delicacies made on the spot.

Meet your guide in a centrally located spot, and begin by discovering the history of the oldest Jewish community in Europe, dating back to the Roman Empire and transformed into a ghetto when Jews were confined by the papacy in 1555. Try iconic Jewish-Roman dishes like fried artichokes, and learn about the Jewish culture's influence on local cuisine. Finish this feast with a gelato-making demo at a local institution. Join in for a glimpse, and more than just a taste of Rome’s flavorful culinary history in one of its oldest and most delicious food neighborhoods.

Highlights:

  • Taste famous Jewish ricotta cake
  • Discover Italian craft beer
  • Taste mouth-watering gelato and watch it being made
  • Sit down at a Kosher favorite in the ghetto's main street for Jewish-Roman classics
  • Devour an aperitivo of cheeses and cured meats
  • Admire the layers of Rome’s architecture, from the Empire’s greatest temple ruins to stunning Renaissance fountains and Baroque masterpieces
  • Sit down at Anthony Bourdain’s favorite Kosher-style restaurant for Jewish-Roman classics done the real way
Reviews (8)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
A lovely way to spend a Sunday morning in Rome

This is my second tour with Eating Italy food tours. I really enjoyed learning about a new part of Rome as well as new food items that I’d never tried before (maritozzo and Jewish style artichokes!). Our guide Eric was very knowledgeable, kept a good...More

Thank Ernestine P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A must do tour

We had an amazing tour with Sarah. She took us to the best food in the area, we enjoyed really interesting stories and we highly recommend it!

Thank Grafitiyul
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile
Loved every bite!

We had a fantastic time with Sarah this morning on the Sunday food tour. We only have a short time in Rome on this trip but, having already been in Italy for two weeks, we didn’t want any more pasta! This tour was perfect! Each...More

Thank Sophia G
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile
Interesting cuisine in the Jewish quarter

Rish took us on a tour through the future Jewish ghetto and surrounding areas with some new dishes for us, twice deep fried artichokes were memorable. Started off with sweet breakfast and then variety of pizzas from longstanding bakery. Jewish quarter food was followed by...More

1  Thank Brett A
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile
Must do!

This was the highlight of my weekend without a doubt! Our guide Sarah was lovely and very knowledgeable. Each place offered delicious, authentic food that left us wanting more. The tour is well thought out and paced with a good variety of traditonal and modern...More

1  Thank christina895
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