This is not a place for influencers, food bloggers, foodwhatever. This is just what we drink and eat in our daily life. This is our history, our heritage, our past, and our future.
But relax, you can take pictures of our food and post them on social networks, of course!
Cesanese di Affile
Affile’s Cesanese Wine is a D.O.C. one, and the grape variety grows in Affile, a little town near Rome. Small yields, high quality, family-run estates: these are the elements that make Cesanese wine one of the best in Italy. We are sure you would be delighted to have a glass of it, so…
Salame del Re cake roll
Literally “The King’s Cake”, it actually is a very simple and popular one: a sponge cake wrapped with chocolate (Nutella). Every bar, bakery, and pastry shop in Subiaco sell this delicacy. Kids are treated with Salame del Re if they behave or to celebrate anniversaries, birthday and so on.
Literally “priests choke”, strozzapreti pasta is a sort of a coiled fettuccine made only with two ingredients: water and flour. Usually, they are seasoned with spicy tomato sauce and basil. So a very simple dish, yet a very tasty one…yep, for priests too!