If you're traveling to Italy in search of an authentic culinary experience but don't want to break the bank in the process then skip those expensive ristoranti and head straight to the nearest trattoria, those unassuming mom-and-pop eateries where you'll find home-cooked, regional cuisine for a price that any traveler can afford. Chow Italy: Eat Well, Spend Less (Rome 2013) will guide you to more than 80 trattorie in eleven neighborhoods throughout the Eternal City. Each listing contains pertinent information such as address and hours of operation, a link to a Google or Bing map, plus a description of ambiance and chef’s specials. Pull up a fork at Trattoria da Tonino Al Governo near the Piazza Navona, for instance, and dig into a bowl of rigatoni alla’amatriciana for a mere €5. Or, if you find yourself hungry after a long morning touring the Coliseum, then nothing could satisfy better than fettucine ai funghi porcini at the small and modest Trattoria da Luzzi. The price? Only €6. With Chow Italy you’ll eat well but spend less.
|Publisher:||Christina Baglivi Tinglof|
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