How To Eat Like A Local In Rome #infographic

It’s no secret that Italy is a prime destination for food lovers, especially Rome. This city offers a tremendous variety of mouth-watering culinary delicacies, and there are ristorantes, trattorias, and osterias everywhere. Therefore, it might be a complicated task to discern and choose what to eat and where to go.

In this infographic, Travel for Food Hub has presented, with the help of local chefs and culinary experts, the best tips to eat like a local in Rome. From a selection of the most typical Italian dishes to a listing of hidden high-quality Roman restaurants, you will find it all. And if you have some extra time and want to make an everlasting memory, it also includes some alternatives for entertaining culinary activities.

With this food guide, any foodie will get the most out of his or her trip to the Eternal City. You will get to know the real Rome and taste all of its flavors. Now you just need to buy a ticket and head off to Italy. Buon appetito!

How To Eat Like A Local In Rome

An infographic by Travel for Food Hub.

Delhi Street Food Every Foodie Must Try #infographic #StreetFood #India

The street food concept in Delhi is very old, but it still knows the pulse of the foodies and their taste. While there is no dearth of 3 and 5-star restaurants in the capital city, spotting the best of world’s luxury cars outside street food stalls in Delhi is a common sight. So what makes the street food of Delhi so ‘forever loved’?

Eating street food in Delhi is primarily about the taste and the feel of eating at the vibrant, crowded place, ditching the fork and spoons and enjoying something special.

Whether it is the ‘paranthe waali gali’ in Chandni chowk or the famous ‘Natraj Dhai Bhalle waale’; no high-end restaurant can get you the taste and feel of these places. There are places in new and old Delhi that are more famous for their food than their product range. Nehru place, for example, is the largest peripherals market in India, but the place is full of food lovers enjoying snacks, spicy fast food and the taste of Indian Chinese from local vendors. Many especially come to the Nehru place area for the food treat only.

The street food of Delhi has a distinctive style of its own. If you have had regular paani puris in other parts of India before, in Delhi you’ll be introduced to its own version of ‘Sooji ki puris’. Your concept of Dahi vada will completely melt away after you try the distinct Dahi bhalle of Delhi.

An Infographic by imonholidays.com.