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May 30, 2012


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Giovanna burroealici

beautiful post and thank you for the beautiful night ;)


We are blushing :-)
Thank you for this amazing post, we're happy you liked so much Flavio and our sit-down food tours formula!
Meeting you was an honor and a great pleasure for us.
Good luck for your Puglia food tour in September! It is one of the favorite Italian regions by us and many other Romans. And food is delicious!


This looks amazing. I love seeing the dishes that are truly traditional to their region. The first meat course looks so mouthwatering.


Wow, what a meal…


I knew I should have gone to this restaurant on my trip. Just got back a few hours ago from Rome and Abruzzo and this was one of the places I never made it too - it'll have to wait until next time. I had that cacio e pepe at Roma Sparita and talked to the chef and yes, they do use butter. I am all for tradition (no onions in Amatriciana) but I can't argue with what was the best cacio e pepe I ever ate.


Ahh, what an incredible meal Kathy, I don't even know where to begin! And I'm sure you enjoyed every moment of the evening, especially talking Italian cooking and food with local experts, too fun! And love the location of the restuarant, what a great way to feel immersed in Roman culture.


I have just happened upon your blog. How wonderful! You have so much information and fabulous photos. My family and I leave for 3 weeks in Italy in less than 3 months. Your blog is making me so excited. Can't wait to eat!


What a nice place. We are in the process o gathering info for a trip ti Rome in the next 12-18 months. We are adding this place to our must visit list!

Mary Baglivo

Excellent. Do you have recommendations for New Years eve dinners in Rome? Thank you

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