Food of Rome
Food in Rome is heavily based on fresh ingredients sourced from the Roman Campagna. Fresh ingredients also includes fresh meat, sourced from the Testacchio rione, the city's slaughterhouse area. This is also the place where you are most likely to find the most authentic cuisine. In wines, Romans have a tradition of drinking whites over reds. Whites, sourced from the nearby Frascati and Castelli Romani areas are some of the best you'll get in the city. If you're looking to try specialities, don't forget to try the Pane di Genzano bread and the pecorino Romano cheeses. A couple of hidden gems that you should try are the Osteria Bonelli in Torpignattara, the Farine la Pizza in Via degli Aurunchi and La carbonara on Via Panisperna!
Food for Indians in Rome
Rome has a surprisingly large variety of Indian restaurants available to tourists. One of the most famous is Maharajah in Monti, which has consistently good reviews, even though it is a little pricey. Janta Fast Food on Via Mamiani will soothe home food pangs for tourists looking for a brief, tasty whiff of home. Shanti, on Via Fabio Massimo, is also a ūgreat Indian-Pakistani restaurant that serves decent Indian food. Italian cuisine as a whole does rely a lot on meat, but Italian food has several vegetarian options available and getting proper vegetarian food shouldn't be an issue. Jains can look into the many vegan eateries littered throughout the city. La Capra Campa on Via Dignano DęIstria is a reasonably priced vegan bistro that offers fresh, delicious food.
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