Trastevere Street Eats for Foodies Guide

Trastevere Street Eats for Foodies Tour Guide

With its narrow cobblestone streets and laneways, Trastevere is the quintessential Roman neighbourhood. While by night it is a happening destination, during the day Trastevere is like a small village with its timeless, artisan shops serving the same local families for generations.

Signora Vera has been running this pasticceria in the heart of Trastevere since the 1970s. Her bignè, choux pastry buns filled with zabaglione cream, are simply divine.


Address: Via Natale del Grande 49

Rione 13 is an institution when it comes to classic Roman pasta dishes

Address: Via Roma Libera, 13.


Try Rome’s favourite street-food snack, the supplì (a rice ball fried to golden perfection). In fact, this hole-in-the wall snack joint serves some of the best in the city.


Address: Via di San Francesco a Ripa 137

Ask any local in Trastevere where to find the best porchetta and they’ll point you to Piero at Norcineria Lacozzilli.


Address: Via del Natale Grande 16

Visit Concetta for the freshest fruit and vegetables, and Emiliano for an amazing local and international cheese and prosciutto selection.


Address: Piazza di San Cosimato

Rome’s hottest street-food trend: the trapizzino – a thick, triangular pizza-bread pocket filled with a selection of cucina povera.


Address: Piazza Trilussa 46

Learn about Italy’s craft beer scene and sample some of our favourite local brews from a selection of 40 Italian craft beers on draft at this contemporary bar and brewery.


Address: Via degli Specchi 5/6


With over 40 mouth-watering flavours of ice cream to choose from – all of which are made on-site from carefully sourced ingredients –you’ll be spoiled for choice at this artisanal gelateria!


Address: Lungotevere dei Vallati 25