Eating in Rome
Eating in Rome was a surprise! Even although some of foods were heavy,
others really impressed me, like the chocolate cake I ate for breakfast in the hotel.
Eating in the traditional Italian restaurants around our hotel also give me a big surprise.
I went to a restaurant called Piccolo Abruzzo near my hotel. When I first went there,
there was no menu, and I was served by a very cool looking waitress.
She first bought us a bottle of water, and then, all the food just kept comming...
and comming and comming! The first course, the second, third, fourth...
all the dishes just kept coming! I was so amazed with all this food and it just kept comming.
Because I didn't order any food I wasn't too sure what I was going to be served. It was a set menu.
I think I ended up with 10 courses of delicious and hearty Itallian farm style food.
The people who served us were really nice people and each dish was just delicious!
I 'm wondering if it was some traditional Roman feast...I came to this restaurant twice because
the food was so amazing and I recommend you go and eat there! The price was very reasonable too,
considering how many courses I ate. I think it costed around 40 Euro for one. I could barely walk after
eating so much food and it was definitely the best restaurant I ate at while I was in Rome.
The interior of the traditional Italian restaurant called Piccolo Abruzzo
The interior of the traditional Italian restaurants called Piccolo Abruzzo
The first course
Meat and vegetable
Pesto on bread and a bun topped with tomato and cheese
Bread, cheese, meat and vegetable
Pasta, chick peas and beans
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A traditional Italian restaurant called Piccolo Abruzzo
A breakfast in the hotel
Very delicious chocolate cake
A coffee shop near to the Spanish Steps
Some Italian foods - lasagna, Italian pizza and mix vegetables
The Hard Rock Cafe in Rome
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Sinful Hot Fudge Sundae & Hot Fudge Brownie in the Hard Rock Cafe in Rome
The Legendary Burgers of Hard Rock Cafe
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