What is Tiramisu and Where in Rome to Eat It
Feeling a bit down, a bit lethargic, a bit dreary? What you need is a little bit (or a lot) of tiramisu, the classic Italian dessert. Though you might not ne...
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Where to Watch the World Cup in Rome and What to Eat
The football World Cup began on Thursday, June 12, with 32 countries from around the globe converging in Brazil to the excitement of fans and World Cup afici...
Cool Bars in Monti
A marble stone’s throw away from the Colosseum, the neighbourhood of Monti used to be overlooked by tourists. But it is now known as a funky, hipster a...
Where to Eat and Food Shop in Garbatella
Very much outside the Roman city walls, Garbatella is a residential Roman neighbourhood with a difference. Walk past the high-rise apartment blocks away from...
Eat Your Greens
Growing up in England, we are constantly told to “eat your greens.” But eating our greens is not made very easy for us. Overcooked, undersalted a...
5 Best Pasta Restaurants in Rome for Carbonara
Carbonara is one of my all time favourite dishes. The mixture of eggs, bacon and cheese is always a winner for me, an English girl. So when I first moved to ...
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