Rome

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Roma, caput gusti

  • Words by Raffaella Prandi
  • Photos by Paolo della Corte/Foodrepublic

Technically, they are brilliant. Extremely motivated and passionate, having spent their formative years abroad or even hailing from other countries, their curriculum vitae are worth a close examination. The gourmet scene of Rome is atypical, transversal, crossing restaurants and trattoria with a generation of chefs from Anthony Genovese to Cristina Bowerman, from Leonardo Vignali to Roy Caceres and Alba Esteve Ruiz. Their food, and its various degrees of experimentation, has finally been recognised as a legitimate part of the city’s daily routine.

The internet, reality shows, MasterChef and a range of publications, not to mention…

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Rome

2,00

Cook_inc. 7

Roma, caput gusti

  • Words by Raffaella Prandi
  • Photos by Paolo della Corte/Foodrepublic

Technically, they are brilliant. Extremely motivated and passionate, having spent their formative years abroad or even hailing from other countries, their curriculum vitae are worth a close examination. The gourmet scene of Rome is atypical, transversal, crossing restaurants and trattoria with a generation of chefs from Anthony Genovese to Cristina Bowerman, from Leonardo Vignali to Roy Caceres and Alba Esteve Ruiz. Their food, and its various degrees of experimentation, has finally been recognised as a legitimate part of the city’s daily routine.

The internet, reality shows, MasterChef and a range of publications, not to mention…

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