Italy, Rome, Via degli Orfani, 00186 Roma, Lazio, Italy DISPLAY ON MAP Average bill: up to $ 20 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 06) 678 97 92www.tazzadorocoffeeshop.com Mon-Sun 07: 00-20: 00
The coffee shop in Rome is literally a stone’s throw from the Pantheon (facing the temple, you must turn to the coffee house to the right and walk about 150 meters).
Behind the counter of this small cafe there are always a lot of people. Mostly these are the Romans. They stand drinking a cup of divine coffee and set off on business. It is easy to understand the fidelity of the inhabitants of the Eternal City to this institution: fresh coffee grains are roasted directly in the coffee house and the signature mixture “La Regina dei Caffe” is created from them. Continue reading
The restaurant in Milan is perfect for a relaxing evening with a glass of good wine. The atmosphere of the restaurant tunes to leisurely conversations: dim lights, pleasant music, unobtrusive interior.
The restaurant has a wine cellar, in storage which contains more than 300 types of wines. The wine list includes both Italian wines from all regions of the country, as well as wines from Germany, France, Greece and other parts of the globe.
The menu includes traditional Lombard dishes. Assorted meat delicacies and cheeses are perfect for wine. Every week, the risotto section is updated on the menu. Continue reading
What do you want a spree tourist? Right, eat! What to eat in Rome? Right, pizza! Skillful cooks turn a piece of dough with something up there into a true poem. Tender and elastic dough is infused for three days, pizza is baked in a wood oven. The rejection of this method of baking was once one of the conditions for Italy to be admitted to the European Union. Italy neglected this condition. But the taste of national dishes is not neglected here. On this occasion, I can only say one thing – Buon appetito! It is especially nice when in good weather you can take a table on the street or an open veranda (I do so). From morning to evening, no pizzeria in Rome, of course, works, most often open closer to lunch, or even to dinner. Want to learn how to make real Italian pizza? We recommend hosting a master class in a real Roman pizzeria with a guide with Vladislav Doro. The interior in most cases is quite modest, because the main thing in a pizzeria is the enjoyment of good pizza, and the rest is secondary for Italians. Continue reading