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Eating Carbonara, Dreaming of Rome

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La Carbonara at the Campo dei Fiori
Spaghetti alla Carbonara
Carbonara by monkeycat

I love Spaghetti Carbonara. It’s easy to make and my sons make me feel I’m the best cook in the world. But, it’s not just the taste that I love. Carbonara takes me temporarily to the Eternal City. Rome is one of those cities that you just don’t visit once. I’ve been there several times with my groups but never get tired of the Italian capital.

I found the La Carbonara photo when I was organizing my digital images (I am terrible at it). I ws with a Filipino family and we arrived at around 1pm. The restaurant is located at the Campo dei Fiori and it was packed but the person in charge was able to clear a couple of tables in the second floor. We ordered salads and spaghetti carbonara, of course.

We enjoyed everything this Rome restaurant served us but I wonder if it’s because we were hungry. The spaghetti carbonara tasted wonderful! Not too salty as a couple of reviews I’ve stumbled across online.

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Campo dei Fiori market as seen from 2nd floor of La Carbonara

La Carbonara is located at the Campo dei Fiori. There is a lively market selling fruits, vegetables, flowers and since a lot of foreigners drop by, there are souvenirs as well. When the market clears the square in the afternoon, the city’s cleaners come bring order to the place by cleaning up for the evening crowd.

There are bars and restaurants that offer all kinds of gastronomical delights to the locals or visitors. Talk about a tasteful experience!

For those who wish to visit Rome, you can visualize it with a little help from some spaghetti carbonara! Buon appetito!

2 Responses
  1. Roma sei bella! Aaahhh… food can really take you places! After reading this post, I really want to go back to Rome and leisurely explore the city. And taste their food!

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