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Looking for an Eating Italy Food Tours discount code? You’ve come to the right place. Last spring I was invited to spend a food-fuelled evening on a culinary walking tour of Rome’s Trastavere district with Eating Europe Food Tours.

Our first stop on the Twilight Trastavere tour was Trattoria Da Enzo, a tiny trattoria hidden on a cobblestone backstreet, where our menu featured carciofo alla giudia, artichokes served “Jewish style.” Appearing like giant inverted sunflowers, the artichokes arrived wrapped in a crispy batter that yielded an interior as soft as a ripe avocado. I didn’t ask if I was supposed to eat the stems, I just did, enjoying the slightly stringy, buttery texture that was so delicious, I’m still daydreaming about it more than a year later.

Trattoria Da Enzo is a tasty stop in Trastavere Rome on the Eating Europe Food Tour

Trattoria Da Enzo is a tasty stop in Trastavere Rome on the Eating Europe Food Tour

This walking tour was the second food tour I’ve taken with Eating Europe Food Tours, who now offer food tours in Italy, London, Prague and Amsterdam and it didn’t take long for me to become a fan. My first experience was their Taste of Testaccio tour, where under the guidance of a local resident of Rome, our group spent almost a full day exploring and eating our way through the backstreets of  Rome — shopping in the Testaccio market, sipping espresso in local cafes, learning how to identify real gelato and eating Cacio e Pepe, Carbonara, and Amaratriciana pastas ( yes all three!) during a leisurely lunch set within a restaurant carved into a mountain created of ancient Roman terracotta jars. It was a day of culinary experiences I could never have found on my own.

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So, I was thrilled to learn that Eating Europe has launched a new Eating Europe Food Tour, and it’s set in Florence.  I can’t wait to return to Florence to explore the food scene with their local guides and sample some Tuscan cheeses, sip Chianti and learn how cantucci ( also known as biscotti) are made.

A tasty food stop during the new Eating Europe tour of Florence

A tasty food stop during the new Eating Europe food tour of Florence

In fact, I’d really love it if every A Taste for Travel fan could try one of the Eating Europe Food Tours and was thrilled to learn that Eating Europe has generously offered an Eating Europe Food Tours Discount Code for subscribers to this blog. I hope you’ll take advantage of this promo offer (good until the end of 2017) and enjoy a tasty immersion into the local food scene in Europe. Who knows? Maybe it will be you who will be dreaming of carciofo alla giudia next year.

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Now you can also take an Eating Europe Food Tour in  Venice Italy too!

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Interested in reading more about what to eat in Italy? Read my story about Insight Vacations Luxury Gold’s Ultimate Italy tour (featuring plenty of artichokes) in the Spring 2017 issue of Taste & Travel International.

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  • Sabs
    Reply

    I have never done a food tour before, but it looks like fun!

  • Kevin Wagar
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    You can’t go to Italy without experiencing the legendary food! What a great way to do it!

  • alison abbott
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    Food tours are the best for getting to know a new destination. It would be awesome to take one in Florence, even though I’ve been there twice, I would love to see an insiders food trail. I’m sure Eating Italy certainly knows many hidden gems.

  • Irene
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    Love all the expressions of people obviously satisfied with their foodie experience!:-)

  • Riely
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    Experiencing a cultures signature dishes is one of the things I look forward to most when travelling. A Food Tour of Florence would be incredible! Thanks for sharing.

  • Maria
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    I’ll be in Italy later this year and would like to do a food tour. This sounds great!

  • Eulanda
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    We were just looking at their food tours a few months ago! It’s one of our favourite things to do when we visit a new city! Thanks for sharing!

  • Judy Freedman
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    Yum! I’m definitely going to check out these food tours the next time I go to Rome or Florence. Just booked a food and wine tour in Santonrini.

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