Just delicious. I tried several flavors like limoncello, amaretto, pistachio, and hazelnut but I don’t remember which one I ended up choosing. The ice cream itself is wonderful, but if you order a cone they’ll add three different flavors and homemade panna cream.
After having read so much about this gelateria, it was the first thing I looked for when I arrived at Piazza Navona. I tried the famous tartufo for the measly price of 4€. Ok, ok…so it’s not the cheapest snack in the world but it’s worth it. Afterwards, we were ready to explore the square and enjoy the works of Bernini and Borromini.
This is the best tiramisu in Rome. The strawberry tiramisu is one of the specialties here and they have a buffet starting at 18:30 in the afternoon. You pay a small sum and you get all the food and drink you can handle. The bar is good, the service is great, and the atmosphere during the afternoons is unbeatable. It’s located in the San Giovanni neighborhood.
It’s not the best ice cream I’ve ever had in my life, but it was the best gelato I had during my last trip to Rome. It’s located on the elegant Via dei Coronari between the Ponte Sant'Angelo and the Piazza Navona. The price is around 2-3€ and a medium cup with three flavors cost 4€.
One of the greatest pastimes while visiting Rome is simply wandering the streets and finding upon all of the little gems. Perhaps one of the most inviting neighborhoods to partake in this pleasure is Trastevere. Here, we found artisan chocolate that took our breathe away. Its name is Dolce Idea and if you are curious to visit, it's located on the Via San Francesco a Ripa 27. After an extraordinary meal, we decided to get into this charming shop full of temptations. Chocolates and handmade chocolates with thousands of shapes, colors and flavors lined the shelves ready to be tasted. Apparently this small, hidden shop has reached a world-class reputation, because on its walls were newspaper clippings from around the world talking about their excellencies, even from Japan.