Topjaw Travel Channel has recently released a video showcasing their 48-hour gastronomic tour of Rome. The video is a must-watch for foodies and travellers who are planning to visit Rome and are looking for recommendations for the best restaurants and bars to visit. The video covers 18 of the Topjaw team’s favourite food and drink spots in Rome.
The video starts with a stay at CasaCau Hotel, which is also one of their favourite spots in Rome. The hotel offers luxurious accommodation and is located in the heart of the city, making it an ideal place to stay. Moving on to the food spots, the first stop is Caffe Sant’Eustachio, where they tried the Freddo coffee, which cost €2 each.
The next stop was Retrobottega, a restaurant that offers a modern take on traditional Italian cuisine. Topjaw tried the Wild Leafs in crepinette, Lumache pasta and sea snail, and Vacca vecchia. The prices for the dishes range from €15 to €28.
Another spot that Topjaw visited is Roscioli Antico Forno, which offers a wide variety of pizza. They tried the All that pizza, which cost €18.04. Giolitti, which is known for its gelato, was also on their list, but the team was kind enough not to charge them, so they were unaware of the pricing.
For drinks, Topjaw visited Jerry Thomas Speakeasy, where they tried the Improved Aviation and Rare Whiskey Manhattan, which cost €12 and €30, respectively. Drink Kong, on the other hand, offered cocktails for €12 each, while Freni e Frizioni served cocktails for €7 each.
Roscioli Caffe was another food spot that they visited, where they tried the Shaken Coffee, Savoury Maritozzo, and Sweet, which cost €3, €3.50, and €2.50, respectively. Osteria da Fortunata offered Fettuccine Amatriciana and Ox Cheek Gnocchi for €13 and €15, respectively.
For a more casual dining experience, Topjaw visited Mercato Testaccio, where all the food items were between €3-6. Trapizzino was also on their list, which is known for its pizza pockets, which cost €4 each, and 40cl Beer, which also cost €4 each.
Topjaw also visited Osteria Delle Copelle, where their total bill came to €73, Club Derriere, where drinks were between €8-12, and Sanctury/Voodoo Bar, where beers cost €5, and cocktails cost €12. They also visited Salotto 42, where their total bill came to €50.
The final spot on their list was Faro Coffee, where they enjoyed a nice cup of coffee to end their 48-hour gastronomic tour of Rome.
Topjaw Travel Channel’s video is a great guide for foodies and travellers who are planning to visit Rome and are looking for the best restaurants and bars to visit. Their list includes a wide variety of food and drink spots that cater to different tastes and budgets. So, if you’re planning a trip to Rome, be sure to check out their video for some great recommendations.
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