While my neighbors are losing their minds over the totally gross, dumb and boring Brasilian temaki joint that just opened in Monti, something actually important happened in our gastronomically overrated ‘hood. Dall’Antò, a shop specializing in rare breads and flatbreads made from heirloom wheats, chickpea (more…)
There is a widely held misconception that during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, Rome’s restaurants shut down and people who don’t have the luxury of eating at home are left to scavenge for food wherever they can get it. While one should expect some venues to be closed and many to embrace limited (more…)
This week we hear from Cristina Bowerman, chef and owner of Glass, a one Michelin star restaurant in Trastevere. Bowerman is also the chef and owner at Romeo, which opened in Prati in November 2012. (more…)
In the latest collaborative effort between Parla Food and Kat Tan Conte of Zero the One, I visit my absolute favorite neighborhood in Rome for snacking and food shopping. The Trionfale district, which is located just north of the Vatican has stellar bakeries, a legendary pizza by the slice joint and the city’s best market.
London’s dining and drinking culture just gets better and better. Whether you are in the market for artisanal breads, masterfully prepared offal or sensational wine, this cultural capital is sure to satisfy if you know where to go. Wading through all the hype and new openings and restaurant PR nonsense is a hassle, so (more…)