Rome, known to many as the large open-air museumIt is the perfect place to spend a few days surrounding you with places with centuries of history that blend perfectly with one of the best gastronomies in the world, which make Rome a dream for any traveler.
Taking into account that Italy is one of our favorite countries in the world and that every year we return, at least once, to get to know its most charming places and enjoy its delicious cuisine, this year we could not miss the appointment and in September , we will return to Eternal City to live there a month, in our favorite neighborhood of the city, the Trastevere. As we move forward with the preparations for the trip, we have marked in red many places that we do not want to miss and among them, is visiting one of the new hot spots in the city, the Mercato Centrale Roma.
A large market that opened in 2016, where you can enjoy a magnificent representation of Italian food as well as international, especially Japanese. And although we know that just by trying the food, it is already a sufficient reason to get to know the market, we want to leave you the ones that are for us, the 5 reasons to visit the Mercato Centrale Roma.
1. A new concept
With a motto like «La bontà è elementare» (the good is simple), the Mercato Centrale Rome Run away from food made just for the Instagram photo, looking for the excellence of flavors and smells, with quality ingredients in the hands of expert chefs and chefs, called here food artisans.
In addition, the traditional Italian food made by hand, takes on a special role in this market, which without sacrificing the flavors of international cuisine, in a city always open to new cultures and ways of doing things, has created a unique place in the city in which to enjoy the best cuisine, with an open kitchen, in which each chef or chef guarantees the quality and the good treatment of the ingredients in cooking.
2. Italian food
He Mercato Centrale Rome, one of the best places to eat in Rome, has on its ground floor 18 gastronomic points open to the public, called "Botteghe", which are the little old shops of a lifetime. From 18 to 16 botteghes in which Italian cuisine predominates such as:
- Il Trapizzino: site of artisan Stefano Callegari to try the trapizzino, a triangular-shaped white pizza stuffed with traditional Italian food, very fashionable in Rome.
The market is open from 8 in the morning until midnight, a schedule that is perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a beer or glass of wine and even repeat several times throughout your stay in the city.
Without a doubt one of the best things to do in Rome is to go to visit at the Mercato Centrale Roma and eat until you can't anymore.
** This article is written as part of a collaboration with Mercato Cántrale Roma, but always based on our experiences, with original content and without any brand having influenced us in any case.
All the images included have been provided by Mercato Cántrale Roma.