Experience the heart and soul of Rome through its exceptional cuisine. Unlike tourist-centric destinations, Rome offers a genuine culinary journey that echoes its history and local essence. Dive into the world of trattorias and osterias, where the city's time-honored flavors take center stage. Pasta lovers will revel in the distinctiveness of dishes like Amatriciana, Cacio e Pepe, Gricia, and Carbonara—each a testament to Rome's unparalleled culinary legacy. Wander through neighborhoods like Trastevere, Campo dei Fiori, and Testaccio, where the culinary tradition thrives, revealing the city's true flavors. Don't miss out on iconic fried treats like Carciofi alla Giudia, Supplì, and Fiori di Zucca, found in bustling streets and cozy corners. For heartier options, relish the depth of flavor in Trippa and Coda alla Vaccinara, encapsulating centuries of Roman comfort food. Explore the enchanting districts of Testaccio and Prati, home to QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast, to encounter authentic eateries serving these cherished dishes. As daylight wanes, embrace the culinary finale with Tiramisù, an emblem of Rome's knack for crafting simple yet exquisite desserts. This city's gastronomy is a captivating blend of tradition and innovation, each dish a tale of time and taste. Whether strolling through charming alleys, soaking up the atmosphere in lively piazzas, or savoring the true character of Rome in Testaccio, every restaurant serves not just food, but a genuine encounter with the city's rich culinary heritage.
Indulge in the heartwarming essence of QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast through an exceptional breakfast experience. Rooted in the belief that breakfast is a quintessential part of the B&B journey, QuodLibet offers a delightful start to the day on its charming terrace—a space transformed into a cherished retreat since 2016. The breakfast philosophy at QuodLibet centers on the idea that a morning meal is more than sustenance—it's a means to foster connections and set a positive tone for the day ahead. Against the backdrop of the carefully designed terrace, guests are treated to an array of delectable options that cater to both sweet and savory cravings. The renowned pastries from Dolce Maniera, a neighboring bakery, grace the table alongside freshly baked bread from artisanal baker Alessandro, adding authenticity and flavor. The menu goes beyond the expected, offering guests the choice of custom egg dishes, a variety of juices, and yogurts. Importantly, QuodLibet ensures that every dietary need is met, underlining their commitment to providing a wholesome and inclusive experience. Beyond the culinary delights, the breakfast experience at QuodLibet is a moment of interaction and camaraderie. Guests gather to share their plans for exploring the historic streets of Rome, forging connections that often last beyond their stay. This communal aspect adds a touch of magic to the meal, enhancing the overall sense of belonging. The terrace, transformed from a seasonal outdoor space to a year-round haven, encapsulates the ethos of QuodLibet—a seamless blend of comfort, connection, and exceptional quality. Delight in the chance to savor not just a sumptuous breakfast, but a slice of the unique ambiance that QuodLibet Bed and Breakfast is renowned for.
Rome, the eternal city known for its rich history and ancient landmarks, is also a paradise for food lovers. From mouthwatering pasta dishes to delectable desserts, Rome offers a wide array of culinary delights that are deeply rooted in tradition. Let's take a gastronomic journey through the streets of Rome and explore the must-try dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. No culinary exploration of Rome is complete without indulging in a plate of Pasta alla Carbonara. This iconic dish features perfectly cooked pasta tossed with a creamy sauce made from eggs, pecorino cheese, guanciale (cured pork cheek), and black pepper. The combination of these simple yet flavorful ingredients creates a dish that is both comforting and unforgettable.
Which are the post Covid-19 measures we are adopting here at QuodLibet bed and breakfast in Rome? What are we thinking to do if we survive to this thunder-storm brought by the coronavirus? We plan to start to see again our dear guests from all over the world (as we we ere used to) mostly … Continue reading Not Only breakfast in our terrace in Rome
We continue our covid-19 "stay at home period", and we keep on doing our culinary experiments. At the same time, somehow, we are thinking about sharing our "skills" with our guests once we'll be able to reopen our terrace at QuodLibet bed and breakfast in Rome safely. We made today our Ravioli with Ricotta and … Continue reading Rome: today Ravioli for Lunch
We stay home, as everybody in Italy and in Rome in this very strange and terrible period. We have to make every single day, and every single morning an enjoyable one. We have to see the opportunities that every morning is giving us. So, for us, breakfasts can always be a good small challenge to … Continue reading Breakfast in Rome with Pancakes
An easy and delicious Roman specialty The Supplì (Also called Supplì al Telefono) is very easy to find very close to our bed and breakfast in Rome. It is a very good and common street food Italian Specialty, but very famous in Rome. Easy to prepare at home as well: just rise, mozzarella cheese ... … Continue reading Supplì – A Roman Speciality
Gelato Part 1 - Lemongrass There are several opportunities for Ice Cream lovers in Rome. Nowadays the ice cream quality is increasing, thanks to a growing attention to the use of the ingredients and a constant struggle among the ice cream makers to make the "best Gelato" in Rome and to try new flavors and … Continue reading Ice Cream in Rome – Where to eat the best Gelato
Food Lovers, and people who want to find local, non touristy, everyday life spots with some strong character in it, should definitely pay a visit to the Trionfale Market in Rome, which is the biggest covered market in town (in the center of Rome). Trionfale Market is just 450 meters from QuodLibet bed and breakfast, … Continue reading Trionfale Market – Food Lovers in Rome
Primo, Secondo, Contorno, Dolce e Antipasto, Coperto, Servizio e Mancia …. a few words that could make complicate the relationship between restaurants in Rome and their international customers. The first thing to say is that in Rome the 80% of restaurants are Italian, so not a big choice … but for sure this is what people want to eat in Rome. The second thing to know … Continue reading Restaurants in Rome – How to use instructions