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Eating Guides: Terrazze Gourmet & Eat as Romans do (Rome)

The aim of "Terrazze Gourmet" is to introduce Romans and tourists alike to the many terraces that embellish Rome, and to “tell a little story” about their gastronomy. There are a total of 45 entries (not just terraces, but also courtyards, cloistered gardens, outdoor bistrots), with bilingual Italian/English reviews and a lot of space for photographs.

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"Eat as Romans do" is Pecora Nera first English-language publication, but its underlying philosophy hasn’t changed: to eliminate all forms of conflict of interest with restaurateurs, and to write exclusively for the benefit of its readers. In fact, all the eateries in the guidebook were visited in anonymity, and no advertising is sold to restaurants nor pizzerie. The guidebook focuses on places where Romans usually eat out, and suggests them to tourists, as opposed to other guidebooks that always list the same restaurants, all of which tend to have menus aimed specifically at tourists – and they’re usually anything but typical. Total number of places reviewed is 409, of which Protected content restaurants, 51 are pizzerie, and a good Protected content gourmet shops, all subdivided into 15 “territorial” areas Protected content town and 3 out of town), and listed by categories and in alphabetical order.

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