Anthony Bourdain dines on classic Italian dishes and adopts the mindset of the Roman people ' living a simple life and eating fresh, seasonal ingredients.Go to Episode
Anthony Bourdain heads to this family-owned restaurant to meet up with Cesare Casella and try some of their most popular Roman fare.
Piazza di San Calisto, 7/a, Roma, Italy
Fresh ingredients reign supreme at this butcher shop near Campo di Fiore in the city center. Anthony Bourdain samples the finest cheese, meat and wine in the back storeroom.
Via dei Giubbonari, 21-22, Roma, Italy
Filipo La Mantia
Anthony Bourdain is treated to a luxurious multi-course dinner by esteemed chef Mantia at the Hotel Majestic's featured restaurant.
Majestic Hotel, Via Veneto, Roma, Italy
Anthony Bourdain tries what Romans have adopted as their modern favorite ' a pasta dish known as Cacio e Pepe.
Piazza Santa Cecilia, 24, Roma, Italy
Nonna Betta e il Giardino Romano
The artichoke is a recurring ingredient in many Roman dishes, but this location, found in the Jewish quarter of Rome, prepares them as the main course.
Via del Portico d'Ottavia, 16, Roma, Italy
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