A veritable journey through a rustic cuisine full of intense flavours;
the food of the “real Romans” who have always lived in these old city streets and squares.
Rome, not only the city of great emperors and popes, but also of the working-class people described by Belli (writer & poet: 1791-1863),
Goethe’s city of the soul and of course the protagonist in many Fellini films, is now a vast metropolis that has learned to live with all its contradictions and its heritage. But, anyone wanting
to get to the city’s “real” soul need only sample some typical Roman dishes to realise that they reflect its history - genuine and simple, made of a few basic ingredients, often those that are
cheap to obtain.