4-Hour Rome Night Food Tour

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Rome Night Food Tour highlights

  • Embark on this exciting 4 hours food tasting tour of Rome at night & relish some of the traditional flavours & real Roman food

  • Explore some of the most foodie neighbourhoods & visit some of the most loved establishments of Rome

  • Grab the opportunity to taste more than 20 different yet delicious food tastings and taste an excellent selection of Italian wines

  • Visit the legendary Paciotti gourmet food shop, meet Stefano Paciotti & sample outstanding Italian cheeses, prosciuttos, and salamis, accompanied by fine wine


La Nicchia Cafe
Via Cipro, 4L, 00136 Roma RM, Italy

Rome Night Food Tour cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 0.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 9,865.2
INR 14,095.2

Rome Night Food Tour overview

Duration: 4 Hours

Start Timings: 3:30 PM, 4:30 PM, 5:30 PM, 6:30 PM & 7:30 PM

Meeting Point: La Nicchia Cafè

(Note: The guide will stay at La Nicchia Cafè for the first hour of the tour, so don’t worry if you are running late)

About 4-Hour Food Tour by Night in Rome:

Explore the local market of Rome and get a chance to taste delicious Italian food and wine during the food tour. Treat your taste buds with some fresh Italian cheese, meat, and scrumptious pizzas as you visit various famous restaurants. Stroll through the local shops, relish mouth-watering Roman pasta, and know about food shop establishments from the experienced guide. Book 4-Hour Rome Night Food Tour and get a chance to taste the world’s most expensive ham.

About the activity:

  • Take an amazing food tour in Rome and taste mouth-watering delicacies, wine & local food products in the city.
  • Arrive at La Nicchia Cafè, known as a water buffalo specialty shop meet your tour guide, and get an insight into the tour and itinerary. 
  • Stroll through the streets of Rome, visit some local shops, and treat your taste buds with delicious Italian cheese & cured meats.
  • Enjoy refreshing white wine and taste some good food products including fresh mozzarella di bufala, tomatoes, DOP pesto, truffle cheese & artichoke.
  • Head towards Pizzarium, known as the most famous & best pizzeria in Rome, and grab some scrumptious & creative pizzas made by Gabriele Bonci, the famous Italian chef. 
  • Relish prosciuttos, salamis, and delicious Italian cheeses with a glass of fine wine as you visit the renowned Paciotti gourmet food shop. 
  • Explore local restaurants while roaming around the market with your guide and eat mouth-watering handmade Roman pasta & homemade tiramisu.
  • Book 4-Hour Rome Night Food Tour and know about the amazing food culture of the city. 

How to Reach?

  • By Cab: The meeting point for this activity is located at a distance of 6.2 km from the Rome city center. You can reach the location in 23 minutes by car.
  • By Train: The meeting point for this activity is located at a distance of 3.1 km from The Roma Termini station. You can reach the location from the bus station with a 3-minute walk.

Rome Night Food Tour faqs

Which famous attractions in Rome are worth visiting?

  • The Colosseum: The Colosseum is an amphitheatre located right in the centre of Rome and is an iconic symbol of the city's imperial past. It once staged legendary gladiatorial contests, revealing a captivating slice of history. A visit promises an encounter with the grandeur of an empire that once was.
  • Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica: Home to St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, Vatican City is a treasure trove of art and history. Its cultural richness and architectural brilliance provide a memorable experience for every visitor.
  • The Roman Forum: As the hub of ancient Rome’s public life, the Roman Forum offers an insightful journey into the city's political, religious, and social evolution. Meandering through its ruins gives a sense of the vitality that once filled this marketplace.
  • The Pantheon: Known for its perfect proportions and massive dome, the Pantheon is a testament to ancient Roman architectural prowess. The building's stunning design and structural integrity make it an important destination for architecture enthusiasts.
  • Trevi Fountain: This iconic Baroque structure enchants with its intricate sculptures. The tradition of tossing a coin over your shoulder into the fountain for good luck, adds to its unique charm, making a visit to the Trevi Fountain an unforgettable experience.

Are there any specific dress codes to follow when visiting religious sites in Rome?

Yes, when visiting certain religious sites in Rome, such as St. Peter’s Basilica and other churches, it is best to follow a particular dress code (modest attire) as a sign of respect. This means both men and women should have their shoulders and knees covered. Women might also want to bring a scarf to cover their heads, although this is not strictly enforced. It's worth noting that some churches may deny entry if the dress code is not adhered to. The Vatican Museums, although part of Vatican City, are less strict, but it is still recommended to dress respectfully. It's always a good idea to carry a light scarf or shawl, especially in the warmer months, which can be used to cover up when necessary.

What are the popular local dishes and drinks I should try in Rome?

  • Carbonara: This classic Roman pasta dish, renowned for its creamy texture, is made from eggs, pecorino cheese, guanciale (Italian cured pork cheek), and black pepper. The simplicity of the ingredients beautifully belies the richness of the flavour.
  • Saltimbocca: A meat-based dish, it features thin slices of veal wrapped in prosciutto and sage, cooked in butter and wine. The result is a tender, savoury delight that showcases Rome's culinary expertise.
  • Artichokes alla Romana: This signature Roman dish of steamed artichokes stuffed with herbs and breadcrumbs is a testament to the city's love for vegetables. The earthy aroma and satisfying taste make this a must-try for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.
  • Supplì: A beloved street food, Supplì are deep-fried rice balls filled with gooey mozzarella. The contrast between the crunchy exterior and the melted cheese inside offers a sensational taste experience.
  • Frascati: This locally produced white wine, known for its crisp and fruity notes, perfectly complements a wide range of Roman dishes. It's a testament to the fine viticulture of the Lazio region.
  • Limoncello: A sweet and tangy lemon liqueur, Limoncello is a refreshing finish to any meal. Traditionally served chilled, it embodies the zest and vibrancy of Rome in a glass.

Are there any specific souvenirs or local products I should buy in Rome?

  • Murano Glass: This beautiful hand-blown glassware from nearby Venice, found in many Rome shops, makes for a unique keepsake. Each piece, from vases to jewellery, showcases the intricate Italian craftsmanship.
  • Leather Goods: High-quality leather products like wallets, belts, and bags are a wise purchase. Produced by local artisans, these durable goods blend Italian style with practicality.
  • Italian Ceramics: Painted ceramic goods, pottery and kitchenware, with their vibrant colours and patterns, are a decorative tribute to Italian artistry. They make attractive additions to any home décor.
  • Sweets and pastries: Italian pastries and sweets are a must-try, and visitors can buy them from many bakeries and pastry shops in Rome.
  • Gourmet food: Rome has a wide range of gourmet food products, including cheeses, sausages and other local delicacies.
  • Artisan chocolate: Rome has many artisan chocolate shops that offer a variety of chocolate products, including truffles, bars, and pralines.
  • Italian Wine: Rome's local wines, particularly from the surrounding Lazio region, offer a taste of Italy long after the trip and also notably make an excellent gift for wine lovers.
  • Pasta Tools: Authentic pasta-making tools, such as a pasta cutter or a gnocchi board, are ideal for recreating Italian meals at home. These utensils bring a piece of the Italian kitchen into your own.

What is the best time to visit Rome?

The best time to visit Rome is during spring (April to June) and fall (September to October). During these months, the weather is pleasant, with comfortable temperatures perfect for sightseeing. Crowds are smaller than in the summer, and you'll witness the city in bloom during spring, or enjoy the vibrant fall colours. This timing allows you to explore Rome's outdoor attractions comfortably, from its historic ruins to picturesque piazzas.

What kind of food experiences can I expect on the tour?

You can expect an unforgettable culinary journey during your food tour in Rome. The tour will commence at La Nicchia Café, renowned for its exquisite buffalo speciality dishes. Here, you'll savour fresh mozzarella di bufala, tomatoes, and truffle cheese, all perfectly paired with a refreshing glass of white wine. Next, the streets of Rome lead you to Pizzarium, the city's most celebrated pizzeria. Prepare to indulge in creative pizzas crafted by the famed Italian chef, Gabriele Bonci. The unique combinations of toppings and artisanal crusts offer an unparalleled pizza experience.

Following this, you'll visit the legendary Paciotti gourmet food shop. With an array of Italian cheeses, prosciuttos and salamis, paired with fine wine, it promises a rich and authentic taste of Italian charcuterie. Finally, you will get to explore local eateries around the market, relishing handmade Roman pasta and homemade tiramisu.

Is the tour suitable for vegetarians or individuals with dietary restrictions?

Yes, the tour is suitable for vegetarians and individuals with dietary restrictions. The tour offers special substitutions for participants who are vegetarian, as well as for those who follow a vegan, gluten-free or lactose-intolerant diet. However, it is recommended to inform the operator about your dietary requirements when you book the tour.

Is there a minimum age requirement for the tour?

Yes, there is a minimum age requirement for the tour. Participants must be at least 18 years of age to be able to enjoy this night food tour in Rome.

Are alcoholic beverages included in the tour?

Yes, alcoholic beverages, such as white and red wine, are included in the night food tour. The tour takes you to some of the most popular local shops and bakeries, where you can get a taste of the local wines along with cheese, fruits, pizzas and other treats.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

No, the tour is not wheelchair accessible, since the tour involves visits to several local markets, and food stops in Rome, that may have limited or no wheelchair ramps or accessible pathways. A lot of these locations also require navigating uneven terrain, stairs or narrow passageways, which can be challenging for individuals using wheelchairs.


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