Italian Food – AMAZING ROMAN FOOD and Attractions in Rome, Italy!


– In Rome we say
cheese like it rains. – [Mark] Okay. Alright, I gotta begin with the carbonara. Twist a, twist a fork bite. Good morning everyone, it’s Mark Wiens with migrationology.com, in Rome, Italy. It is a nice, bright, sunshine morning, we have a full day of
sightseeing, and doing things and eating in Rome, so we’re
gonna go have breakfast real fast, and then we’re gonna head out. Ying and I are the first ones
to breakfast this morning. And we have a nice view
overlooking the city, we have a nice view and the park and so I just got my first plate of food, I have just kind of a mish-mash
of many different things, of many different proteins, an omelette, some salmon, some salami,
some bacon, and then some vegetables, and
these are little, little pickled shallots I think. And this is some wonderful
looking bacon, check out the streakiness of it. We’re getting ready to
leave in a few minutes for a full day of sightseeing
in Rome, but let me just quickly show you
on this map, sort of the rough plan, we are staying
up here near to Spagna, we’re gonna take the
Metro down to Colosseo. We’re gonna go to the
Colosseum, we’re gonna go to the Palatine Hill, and we’re
gonna go to the Forum. We’ll try to eat around
here, go to the Pantheon, go to some other sites around
here, walk around here, walk around here, and then
maybe go back down here to visit San Giovanni, we’ll
see how our time comes. (upbeat music) We took the Metro from
Spagna to Colosseo Station, and immediately, right
at the exit of the Metro, we are at the base of the Colosseum. We are here a little bit
early, before they open, so we’re just gonna walk
around for a little bit, and I have pre-bought the
ticket online and then printed it off, so I
hope we can just enter as soon as they open. It was really good actually
that we printed off our tickets because then
after we got through security we passed the whole line,
just scanned in, it has a little barcode, and we are
into the Colosseum now. We have decided to climb
the stairs to the top first to get a view, an overall
view from the top. – [Ying] Look at the view. – [Mark] This an awesome view. – [Ying] Oh, you can see everything here. – [Mark] At one point
this Colosseum could hold up to 80 000 spectators. (upbeat techno music) And it was covered in a
flooring, so now you can see sort of some of the
underground area, but this is where the gladiators would
fight, and also this is where they would reenact
battles, and it could even be flooded, so that they
could reenact naval battles and depictions as well. You have seen so many photos,
and you’ve seen movies that depict the Colosseum,
and so just imagining the battles and the
events, and the things that took place within the
Colosseum as you’re walking through here, that’s
what, that’s what really comes to mind when I’m walking through. We are on our way next to the Forum. Right across the plaza
from the Colosseum is the Roman forum, and this was
the heart, the very center, of ancient Rome, and so
many of the most important buildings, and this is the
area where Rome thrived. (relaxed music) And I think one of the
things that’s really making it amazing to
visit right now is how quiet and peaceful it is. (relaxed music) Right behind me is what
remains of the Temple of Saturn which is one of the
oldest temples in Rome. It dates back to the sixth
century BC, but the remains of what you can see right
now date back to 42 BC. Oh, they have fresh cold water. It’s just a short walk
from the central Forum area up to the top of Paletine
Hill, and from up here there’s the Imperial
Palace, you can get a view of the Forum, as well as Circus
Maximus on the other side. (relaxed music) And now I’m overlooking
Circus Maximus, which is a giant open-air horse
chariot racing stadium, and also they held public
events here, and it could accommodate up to 150 000
people that would watch events. You could easily spend a
couple of hours walking and exploring around the
Forum area, but it is now my favorite time of the
day, so we just exited. (upbeat music) – Hi guys.
– Hello. – Would you like to drink something? – Just water please. This is a restaurant
that serves, actually I’m a little bit overwhelmed
by the menu, there are so many things to order. Crepa?
– Crepa, one. – One, and also amatriciana? – Amatriciana.
– Amatriciana. In Italy, I really honestly
have very, very little experience with Italian
food, and even ordering Italian food, so I was looking
at that menu, there are so many things that I haven’t
tried, I wanna try it all when I’m here in Italy. To begin with, I got a plate of antipasto, and this is, this is a mixture
of different vegetables which appear to be slightly
battered and deep fried, this is a red chili, there’s
some eggplant, some onions, maybe potatoes, I’ll start
with piece of eggplant. Oh, and some olives in the middle. Set this onto my plate,
oh I gotta have some of that chili as well, or
some of that pepper. Mmmmm, it’s a really soft,
like fully tender pepper. A little bit sweet, and sour. Maybe it’s the tomato sauce,
or, there’s some tomatoes on there that make it
really sour and tart. Yeah, that is equally as
creamy, that eggplant. It’s kind of like a, almost
tastes like breadcrumb crust, that’s fried, and crispy, and
kind of almost gummy as well. Amatriciana?
– Amatriciana. – Amatriciana, okay. The main dishes have arrived,
and I got, we ordered, Ying and I ordered two
different dishes to split, this one is trippa, which
is tripe, and this is I think a Roman style preparation,
very heavy tomato sauce, and then he sprinkled on
some cheese on top, and I think there’s, I think
it’s all, I don’t think there’s any pasta in here,
I think it’s just all tripe. My kind of a dish, just sauce and tripe. Okay, I’m just gonna taste this first. Mmmmm. That tripe is nice and soft, but it also, okay bits of it are a little
bit chewy, but it’s wonderful. And then that’s kind of
a, a little bit of a tart tomato sauce, but not too salty at all. That’s awesome. And then this is a type
of pasta, this one is called amatriciana, and
this is a, also a very common pasta dish, tomato
based, and then I’m not sure if you can see, there
are little cubes of cured pork belly, and then
wrapped up in this pasta, and let me, let me stab some. Mmmmm. What I love about that is the
tomatoes are so sour and tart, that is delicious, and that
little pork belly just gives it so much flavor along with
the tart tomato flavor. I think you gotta use
some of this bread to scoop up all of that sauce because… You gotta scoop up all
of that tomato sauce. That really mops up all of this sauce, and you can definitely,
actually after I tasted the other dish, which is just pure tomato, and then going back to
the tripe dish, you can definitely tell that it has a bit of a, an organy taste. The name of the restaurant
is Luzzi, and that was, what I really liked was
that tripe dish, if you can imagine a texture that is both very soft, but slightly chewy at the
same time, and I know that sounds kind of ironic, but
as soon as you have that tripe dish you’ll know
exactly that contrast. One of the reasons we
ate here is because it’s right on the route of
where we’re gonna be going, we’re gonna be visiting
some churches next, and it’s just kind of on the back
side of the Colosseum. We are walking towards the
Basilica di San Giovanni, but on the way we were gonna
stop at the Basilica di San Clemente, but unfortunately
they have just now closed for lunch, we just
missed it, and they won’t open up for another couple
of hours, so I don’t think we’re gonna hang
around, we’re on our way now to San Giovanni. (upbeat music) The Basilica di San
Giovanni was commissioned by Constantine in 324,
and it is significantly important in Rome because it was the first Christian Basilica in all of the city. We just got through security,
and we have entered into the foyer entrance way of
the Basilica, and it is just stunning, it’s huge
and the detail in the walls, in the columns, in the floor, is amazing. And then also the doors are just gigantic. It almost takes my breath
away, and what really strikes me right off the
bat, are the marble statues lining the side of the
cathedral, of the 12 apostles, and then the roof is
golden, with so much detail. You just walk in here and
literally this sense of like peace and quiet and calm
just overwhelms you. And I’m just gonna stop
talking right now and just listen to the peace. That was just amazing to
walk inside the Basilica, it’s so big and yeah, just such a quiet, calm, peaceful place. We just walked across the
street from the Basilica di San Giovanni, and right
here there’s another chapel, and inside there’s
supposedly a staircase that Jesus walked up at Pontius
Pilate’s palace in Jerusalem, and then the staircase was
brought to Rome, and so you cannot walk up the
staircase on your feet, but you have to walk up on your
knees, and with every step that you take on your
knees you also say a prayer until you reach the top of all 28 steps. Ying and I are gonna make
the climb up the staircase on our knees. Ying did a really good
job, but I was definitely in pain the entire time. I actually wasn’t expecting
it to hurt that much. I think that took us about 15 minutes, and you just kind of creep
up the steps very slowly, but it was well worth it. We walked back to the
Metro, we’re gonna take it a couple of stops to our next place. We got off the Metro at
Barberini Station, and we are gonna walk towards the Trevi Fountain. (upbeat music) Hello, can I have the three cone? Chocolate chip, chocolate chip Ying. And anything else Ying? Thank you.
– Thank you. – I don’t know if anybody
ever comes to Rome without having some gelato,
there are many places to get gelato around this
area, we came to a place called Gelateria
Valentino, we ordered half chocolate chip and half coconut. Oh yeah, that is pretty
awesome, really really milky. Wow the coconut is really good too. It has again a really, really
milky, milky, creamy flavor to it, and even a very smooth texture. And then in the coconut
you can have, you feel the little pieces of dried coconut as well. And that gelato should
lead us to what is one of the most iconic sights in all of Rome. I’m gonna look over to my right hand side. And there it is. (upbeat music) As much as that was cool
to see, we are pretty hot and tired now, so Ying and I
are heading back to the hotel, we’re gonna spend a couple
of hours, and tonight we have a very special big dinner
coming up, stay tuned, dinner coming soon. Tonight Ying and I are
going to go meet Valentina and Antonio, and they
are from Rome, they were really helpful and they
reached out to me when I mentioned that I was coming
to Rome, and they really helped me put together a
good itinerary of what to do and see, and also eat, in
Rome, so we’re going to meet them for dinner
tonight, I am predicting a very good dinner. We arrived at Piazza di
Spagna, and this is another famous plaza in Rome,
there are the Spanish steps over here but it looks
like they are doing some renovation on them right
now, so I don’t think they’re open, but then
it’s a nice plaza to just walk around and people watch as well. We are walking on our
way to dinner now, and we have just stopped by the Pantheon. But we’re gonna come back
tomorrow to go inside and to explore more, we’re
just kinda passing through but it is just a breathtaking sight. (upbeat music) (Italian conversation) – He’s not sure about the
rabbit, he has to catch it first. (Italian conversation) (Italian conversation) – We met up with Valentina
and Antonio, and we have come to a restaurant
called Trattoria Dal Gino, and it specializes in
especially Roman style dishes. So normally it would be common
for you to have your own plate of pasta and you
would eat by yourself? – [Antonio] Everyone chooses it’s own. – [Mark] Okay, but we
have decided to combine Italian food with Asian
eating style, so we’re gonna have a bunch of dishes
and share them all together, so that we can taste all
of the different dishes. This one is cacio e pepe. – [Antonio] Cacio is
the other Roman name for sheep cheese. – [Mark] Ah, okay. And then this one is the carbonara. With eggs.
– [Antonio] Pork cheeks. – [Mark] Pork cheeks.
– [Antonio] And pepper. – [Mark] Thank you very much. – [Antonio] You should
take this, this and that, and you scrape it on top. – [Mark] Antonio says —
– [Antonio] That side. – [Mark] Oh, other side, okay, okay. Antonio says always more
cheese is a good idea. What type of cheese is this? – [Antonio] This is sheep cheese. – [Mark] Sheep cheese.
– [Antonio] Roman sheep cheese – [Mark] Roman sheep cheese, wow. And then, over both
pastas? Over everything? – [Antonio] Just put it, in
Rome we say cheese like it rains – [Mark] Okay. Alright, I gotta begin with the carbonara. Twist a, twist a fork bite. Mine’s gonna be a big bite. – [Antonio] If you’re
not careful, you’re gonna get everything. – [Mark] Sauce all over, yes. Okay, I gotta work on my
fork, okay there we go, I think I’ve got a nice twirl. Oh yeah. Wow. And this is also cooked
with pork cheek, so there’s little pieces of pork
cheek in here, and that gives a lot of flavor to
the entire dish, and also you can taste that black
pepper in there as well. That is just absolute rich deliciousness coating the noodles. I’ll try this one next. Wow, okay that one is incredible. The combination of that
sheep cheese, which has this like salty, kind of complex
cheese flavor, and then it’s complemented so well
just with that black pepper. And then just coating
that pasta, that is a, just a superb combination,
it tastes just simple, but all about the flavor from
that cheese, and the pepper. (Italian conversation) Oh the wine is amazing. – [Antonio] The wine’s good huh? – [Mark] Yeah, oh it’s so like smooth. Oh, grazie, grazie. And we also got another
pasta, with anchovies and tomatoes, and anything else in this one? Anchovies and tomatoes and garlic. And sheeps’ cheese, also. And this one is the house special. This one is really good
too, you can taste, of course you can taste the anchovies. A little bit of cheese
in there, and then also, I think some kind of
parsley in there as well. That tastes like kind of refreshing. Adding a little extra pepper. All of the pastas are
just unbelievably good, I really, I think I really
loved that one with the sheep’s cheese, and pepper,
that combination just complements each other so
well, but the carbonara is also impressively
good, it’s so rich, and so like, yeah it’s just
incredibly rich and creamy and just packed with flavor,
the butter, the eggs, the pig cheek, and I
definitely need to work on my pasta twirl. (Italian conversation) All of the pasta, that
was only the beginning of this meal, we have now
moved on to the main courses, and we have a bunch of different dishes. We got some liver, which is
a Venice style preparation, boiled beef which is then
fried and then combined with tomatoes and onions and
pine fruit, and then this is another interesting vegetable
dish that we got here, which is chicory weeds,
which I don’t think I’ve ever had before, rabbit which
looks like it’s, I think it’s been braised in some
wine, and also rosemary, and then the final meat
dish I think we got is veal, thin strips of veal, with prosciutto? – Prosciutto.
– Prosciutto, with prosciutto on top, and
then with fresh sage on top, butter and white wine sauce. I’m gonna start with the
liver, liver and onions. Oh yeah. I love liver, oh that’s
really nice because you can actually taste
the white wine in there, and I also got a piece of
sage in that bite as well. That sage is wonderful. Okay onto the rabbit, and
it looks like I got the, I got some ribs portion. Let me flip him over. Oh it’s okay to grab it? Okay, I think it’s maybe easier
to grab it with my fingers. Wow. The rabbit is amazing, it’s so tender. It’s almost like dark meat chicken. Onto the beef now, with the tomatoes. Wow. Yeah, that is a stunner. That beef, again it’s
fall-apart tender but it sort of like, it sort of
like flakes in your mouth. And then that’s like a,
a sweet, but like very, very fragrant tomato
and onion topping, and I’m trying to distinguish
the spices in there, the herbs and there’s definitely the pine, the pine cone fruit, in
there, although I’m not sure if I can decipher that on
it’s own, but also there’s a little bit, Antonio was
telling me that there’s also a little bit of
fennel in there as well, that’s an amazingly,
an amazing combination, that’s delicious. Veal, let me take out a
toothpick, and you can see that piece of sage on top. Oh yeah. That is awesome as well. The sage on there is what
gives it it’s twist of flavor. This is the vegetable, that
chicory, the chicory leaves. We’re eating that sort of
at the end of the meal. Just a hint of a bitter taste to it. Really good, and you can
taste that it’s fried with garlic as well. I have a piece of bread, in
Italian it’s called scarpetta, and what you do is you
take a piece of bread, I’ll go over here to this
plate, and you just mop up all of that juice and oil
and flavor from that dish, oh and some rosemary as
well, you mop that all up, you get that all in there, and you clean the plate that way. That would make any type
of bread taste good. We finished off all of the
food, and we decided it would be a great idea to
order one more dish, and not only any one dish,
but a baby lamb dish. Oh that just, oh that’s beautiful. Wow. That is like… It almost has a creamy
texture, it’s fantastic, and again that like, butter, I’m guessing butter and white wine sauce with rosemary. (Italian conversation) Thank you very much. Mmmm, wow, you can taste
all those herbs in there. – It’s about a hundred herbs or something. – It almost has a little
bit of an anise flavor, a little bit of a peppermint
flavor, a little bit of a, and that’s the combination
of all those herbs. Do we stand here and have it? – [Antonio] We stand here, yeah. – [Mark] Probably one of
the best Italian meals I’ve ever had, huge thank you
to Valentina and Antonio, it was fun to hang out
with them, I’m gonna end the video for today right
now, thank you all very much for watching, please
remember to give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed
it, leave a comment below, and also make sure you
subscribe if you’re not already subscribed, for lots more
food videos, and I will see you on the next video,
thank you again for watching, see you for the next day in Rome. (beep) Or some of that pepper. Oh, I’m using the, I’m
using the knife upside down. In Italian it’s called carpetta. – [Antonio] Scarpetta.
– [Mark] Scarpetta. In Italian it’s called scarpetta. (upbeat music)

100 comments

  • Abid Kiani

    واو

  • Abid Kiani

    گڈ مین ۔۔۔مارک وینس

  • Lorenzo Brandimarte

    You need to stay a little bit more to really understand why is defined the best food in the world! So proud of my city 😀

  • asma khan

    why your eyes are red at the end of the video?

  • T B

    Sheep cheeses, pepper, anchovies, sun dried tomato with pasta, the meat from a sheep’s head yummy. I like it with fresh thyme and sage

  • John Smith

    For someone who makes a living eating, you seem to struggle holding a fork and knife steady…

  • Mahnoor Ayaz

    Oh I'm fasting😯😥

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  • Kushtrim Jusaj

    All Time the same Face Dude!!😂

  • K G

    Pearl onions you always think the are shallots. Shallots have a purple color.

  • virgo wolf eyes

    nice trip
    the foods i like to eat in europe are greek/spanish/portuguese.not very found of italian though

  • Vedant Narain Agarwal

    Wow I really like your channel keep it up

  • tanvi nagwekar

    Why do you smile so much? Over-acting too much

  • Duck Fuck

    First resteraunt you enter is total tourist ripoff….

  • blessed serenity

    I love how he knows how to describe everything so well !!

  • TIBERIO TIBO

    taccitua quanto magni

  • Laura Padilla

    Thanks for sharing Italy food…

  • Mat

    My immense love Rome ❤️ it makes me so proud and happy when i see people appreciating its beauty

  • C J

    Is he always high? That would explain the red bloodshot eyes and the amount of food he can scarf down. No judgement if.he is I'm just genuinely curious.

  • Royal Emery

    You have family style eating in Italy as well bro which is where dishes are shared.

  • Fern Tom

    Cleaning the plates with bread was used by all my family , but just at home . In a public place we were taught it was not nice. I am happy to see they revised this rule .

  • manola colangelo

    a lot of meals on a menu means your eating in a tourist restaurant, the worst places to eat

  • Pacero

    Eat a prosciutto, with some antipasto, or just, some roasted peppers with an olive, olive oil, and have some grapes, thereafter. I love, prosciutto with roasted peppers, and calamata olives, and, casco di cavalo bread, drizelled with olive oil & oregano, and, of course, a nice Chianti, on the side.

  • Ross Tafarian

    Richie Aprile would enjoy the tripe.

  • array s

    Suprised that you can still enjoy the authentic italian dishes after years of spicy and flavourful asian dishes.

  • Jessica Garci

    It blessed me to see/hear a documentary that was not ashamed to talk about the church, the apostles, Jesus. Amen. You are such a refreshing program to watch. 2 questions. How do you keep the baby content through all the tours, and How do you stay thin????

  • i am sapphire

    JUST SUBSCRIBED NOW AFTER VIEWING YOUR ROME TOUR!! I LIVE HERE..ALSO WATCHED YOUR VISIT TO MY COUNTRY..PHILIPPINES!! GOODLUCK MARK AND YING!!

  • ELISA ROBLEDO

    TY…I almost feel like Im on holiday and hanging with youall ! Love that you take us along your route and sight seeing…what was that dark blackish drink you had at the end of your meal…you didnt explain it dude!!!

  • PLANTONE

    Rome – Italy

    Why not take a look?

  • Antonio Costa

    If you are ever around Providence RI get your veal at Twin Oaks on the Cranston and Providence line. And Ribs at Wes over Olneyville Sq in Providence. Baby back ribs.

  • Bene Worth

    too bad you went first to a tourist restaurant (big menus are never a good sing and extremely red tomato sauce nether cause it's under cooked) and missed the Mercato Central in Termini and the fabulous Arancini and many more delicious Italian street food

  • Net Alibaba

    nothing interesting tho

  • Ann Tyler

    I guess the breakfast was not noteworthy?!?!

  • Ann Tyler

    WOW MARK!!! So very nice to see you not stretch and cram your face with food that really ARE NOT " one biters." If you put the food in your ear, we would still love you 🤗

  • Fran VanSiclen

    I love Italy; the fates are cruel !

  • ynnej esico

    i love this travel and food, I stayed up till 5 am and didn't even notice since i enjoyed and love watching your videos and all your foodie adventures..

  • David Price

    Ying cracks me up -)

  • Rosemary Salazar

    Tri-p is the belly of to us Mexicans and, intestines are tripas to us… by way of Jalpa Zacatecas Mx… but, I'm half Portuguese and Jalpa Zacatecas due to my parents…

  • Rosemary Salazar

    Is it necessary to act like you don't know what to order?!… after all your travel's?!… Really?!… come on give us a little break!… we love what you do but, some of your shizzz is too much!.. I have twins and all of us need to know what you are doing on your Travels!…. you've been through this for years and should know what to order!… come on!. Really?! Once again!… we don't need to waste our time…. thanks tho…. 😏

  • Ferhat Salgin

    Was in Rome 2 years ago. It was
    breathtaking… Definately will go again there soon. Greetings from Turkey! 🙂

  • salli saha thegi bedana maha dhanapathi Sriran

    4.550.157 sub to your channel dear back me dear

  • PF _Bindlex

    Your smile make me happy… (I'm Italian)

  • nick lindsey

    going up stairs possibly made of stone on your knees? hell no

  • Yagna Madhavan

    WOW ,that carbonara is glistening 😍

  • Erica Goats

    That's a good food tour you are making I wish I could be with you

  • Soccer Lover

    Mark's wife doesn't speak English 🤣🤣

  • Sarah Claudia

    How loudy are the Italian restaurants …even you cannot speak!!!! Maaaaah

  • Luana Dumitrache

    19:14 look at the size of Mark's bite compared to the size of his friend's bite

  • Ryk Son

    @11:30 that ice cream is horrible.. It does not live up to the hype! It's for people over 60 who are senile or retired!

  • Ryk Son

    Dirty Romans the African Obelisk is the oldest and most prominent piece in their country but they chase the African people away!

  • Ryk Son

    With their nasty food! Dirty Rome

  • Maurizio Costa

    Che antipasto di cacca. Da americani. C'è pure il cosiddetto 'salame Milano' che neppure è milanese ma è un'invenzione industriale.

  • Bina Bina

    sorry italian food s not that tasty as many people think…best food:whole asian cuisine

  • Sandy Novelli

    Italyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy !!!!! Delicious food , I love you Italy!

  • wood1155

    Tripe revolts me yyyyukk

  • Nick M

    Anus flavour shot. Lovely

  • Marley Lovee

    17 seconds in I cant stop drooling 🤤❤😩

  • Pops150

    Mark's business model is fascinating. His videos obviously are well-monetized and he seems to score fairly opulent accommodations – comped or paid for. 🙂

  • Pops150

    09:45 Thanks for noting the "barnyard" flavors albeit a tad tardy. 🙂

  • Attila TheHUN

    5:53 …that’s why I don’t like the Italian mentality

  • pink mind

    I don’t like when any of the foodie you tubers I watch go eat with people or have guests or hosts or whatever. I feel the need to be polite takes away from the honesty. They are waiting for the head tilt and it’s cringy to me when it doesn’t happen.

  • SquixD

    Pause at 8:57 .. you are welcome

  • forteandblues

    The greatest fight that Colosseum ever saw was Bruce Lee versus Chuck Norris!

  • Joshua

    The most beautiful city in the world

  • Annie G

    Bear in mind Romans as ancient Romans and Italy didn't eat, have pasta/noodles and flavoured ices dessert, was brought in by Marco Polo, journey from Far East,…pasta thinks it's Italian, it isn't…Romans staple was bread, other grains, pulses, and polenta cornmeal….

  • freakingbored

    ok mark, im at trattoria dal cavalier gino. getting carbonara. hope its good 👌🏼

  • frank giordano

    Trippa dosen't come with pasta and it's chewy, it's not pork belly but pork cheek for amatriciana, cacio derives from latin caseus which means cheese and evolved in cacio it's not volgar

  • S Steel

    You really have to head off the beaten path in Rome to avoid the brutal tourist trap restaurants and hustlers. Everything they bring to your table you'll pay for unless you tell them not to. The quality of food is VASTLY better as you escape the trattorias near tourist attractions too.

  • Man Wolf 79

    Truly the finest foods of the gods. Salut to Rome.

  • Juan Jose Lara

    Rome is to expencive…..

  • luca ponti

    Very happy you appreciated ours food

  • Lyne Letourneau

    I really enjoy your videos 🙂

  • Kempu Cartwright

    Lucky Ying with her sweet guy Mark😘😘 Good God bless you both n lil Micah more😇
    Huge ❤ love from India …

  • Matteo Dec

    22:16 daje

  • mohammed javed merchant

    No good food only site seen in this video

  • Sudrajat Koco Prabowo

    Sollozo said, "try the veal, it's the best in the city"

  • Cachanilla Vaja

    I never have seen the roman coliseum inside..it was amazing..thank you

  • Derrick Williamson

    Full of false idols idolatry at its finest .but this dude really believes the most high is in the is device of the children of Satan who is is people once removed . wow man he really believes in the false eloheem Jesus . Jesus is a Latin word not Hebrew dummy . the people of this world are so brainwashed its rediculous they totally ignor what the actual word of yahawah says in the Tanakh . all he knows is that wicked book of lies mixed with truth that wicked new testament which totally contradicts what the Tanakh says but again they have eyes but the see not

  • Rosen Georgiev

    O No! The gelato is melting!

  • Vickie Hawley

    I known. There was. Some. Foods. He did. Not like. No one. Likes. Everything. Ok

  • Paul D

    Did you purposely avoid the two best areas of Rome, Trestevere and Compo de Fiore?

  • US aviation

    What hotel did you stay at?

  • bordaz1

    I have not yet heard you thank either your tour guides or the working people you interact with for taking the time to become fluent in English so that you can make your living doing the things you do.

  • Allan Evans

    Trattoria Luzzi offers real Roman dishes. Can't wait to get back there for rigatoni alla pajata, trippa, saltimbocca. Harder to find these traditional plates as time passes.

  • kiralaison 01

    how did you not try pizza Mate?

  • Eleonora El

    Living in Italy for almost 20 years , it's funny to see how the foreign people again and again choose wrong dished: that amatriciana you had was just terrible! I can tell that from just the way it was looking. No Mark, that wasn't the best of Italian dinner you could possibly have had, there is much much better here! ( Not even there the best Roman food, just the classic one, but still there is better quality of that). Sorry for not so nice comment, but may be you should come here again 😉

  • harper07harper

    GE LATO

  • Mimi vs GG

    I’m in Roma

  • 宮崎匠

    Your comments are wonderful. Take care in travelling! Looking forward to watching new episodes!

  • walt joseph

    i like there more because the food is much chipper compare to Switzerland

  • Hanna Jean

    24:23 that tall waiter in the back is hot asfuck omfg!

  • Myth Hollow

    I tried almost all of these dishes when I visited Rome. Veal with prosciutto is amazing. Eating gelato nearly every night was fun 🙂 My favorite combination was strawberry and Nutella.

  • Princess Daily

    I thought about the Lizzie McGuire movie when they got gelato and went to the fountain 😭

  • Rita Zammit

    Mark, tell me my friend, how in the world do you stay so thin eating all this food? I'm Maltese and all I gotta do is look at food and I swell let alone eat it as much as you do!!!

  • geo cleary

    If you like this kind of thing, check out my Instagram profile @georgetheboatchef. I'm sailing all around italy on a boat, cooking along the way!

  • Maven Nicole

    not a whole lot of " oh wow" in this video.

  • Rome Affair

    Love Rome😍

  • farah A.G

    Your wife is so adorable 😍

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