Hello everyone. I have an errand to go to Rome soon, and I am looking forward to eating carbonara, a local dish of Rome. Carbonara is a delicious spaghetti dish that originated in Rome and has a long history, and the ingredients and recipe are simple. Made with only guanciale, a type of bacon, spaghetti, eggs, salt, pepper and pecorino cheese, this dish is now known as a gastronomic representative of Italy.
Trattoria where you can eat delicious carbonara
Trattoria is an Italian word that means a restaurant where you can casually enter and eat, unlike a formal restaurant.
With over 2,000 reviews on Google, it has earned 4.3 stars, and people from all over the world gather here for the best carbonara.
45 minutes walk from Termini Station. 30 minutes walk from the Colosseum, along the Tiber River.
Address: Lungotevere Testaccio, 7, 00153 Roma RM, Italia
price of carbonara
If you come to Italy, how much would you have to pay to eat carbonara?
On average, it rarely falls below 10 euros, and many shops set prices at around 15 euros. I rarely see a shop with 9 euros.
The reasons why carbonara is expensive are that the price of Rome is high in the first place, that tourists are expected to eat it even if it is a little expensive, and that it is inevitably expensive because the ingredients are carefully selected. I can give you
Carbonara is a perfectly self-prepared dish, so be sure to try it at home. It’s almost impossible to get guanciale in Japan, but if you’ve been in Italy for a long time, it’s easy to get.
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