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Taste of Rome

iPhone / iPad
  • Travel
  • Food & Drink
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Where do they serve the best coffee in Rome? Where can you try an authentic roman pasta dish? And where do they make the best pizza? With the app The taste of Rome you will find in no time Rome’s best addresses for culinary stops.

Whether you’re looking for a nice little wine bar at the Campo de’ Fiori, the best gelateria in the alleys around the Pantheon or a great place to eat in the Piazza Navona area, you’ll find them all and more in The taste of Rome.

Navigating through the Eternal City with this app, you will make sure to go off the beaten track, avoid tourist traps and get a real taste of Rome!

This app is not free. You download a free preview, if you like the app you can get access to the full destination database by a one touch purchase from within the app.

The app can be used without an internet connection. Only the first time you use the app an internet connection is required.

The unique compass system will tell you exactly where to go to find all those great addresses. Walking the streets of Rome, the golden compass not only shows you the right direction, it will also tell you exactly how far you have to go to reach that perfect cappuccino or that amazing ice cream. The compass does not require an internet connection.

The app contains over 150 unique addresses for coffee, ice cream, drinks, lunch, dinner and culinary shopping. Each address comes with an extensive description and a photo, making it more easy to recognize when you’re there. Of course the description also includes practical details such as phone number and web address, enabling you to make reservations even before you go to Rome.

A number of locals share their favorite places to go in their own Roman neighborhood, revealing to you where they enjoy their daily cappuccino, where they go to have a glass of wine with friends:

‘You can find amazing Sicilian ice cream just outside the city centre, at Gelarmony. This one’s really worth the walk!’
Rosita Steenbeek, author living near the Largo Argentina area

‘You really can’t leave Rome before you’ve tried a slice of Roman pizza! In my opinion, they make the best at La Fucina. Incredible prosciutto, fresh mozzarella cheese… Eat here and you will leave the place an expert on what a pizza should taste like!’
Cristina Bowerman, chef of Glass Hostaria (Trastevere, Rome)

‘My favorite store in town is Spazio Sette. Apron to leather furniture; you’ll find just about anything here. The soul of the shop is owner Edoardo, a very talented architect.’
Giuseppina Torregrossa, author of culinary novels