VEGAN DINNER IN TRASTEVERE
As told by the host
An animal-free feast, this completely homemade dinner has a focus on local seasonal produce, quality ingredients and explores many wonderful tastes and textures.
Over 4 courses we showcase our favourite recipes and look forward to providing an educational experience serving our food with explanations of suppliers, cooking techniques and how our philosophy relates to wider issues.
We welcome you into our centuries old historic house in the heart of Trastevere, central Rome, and serve you in a wonderfully atmospheric dining room.
Good for your tastebuds, good for your health and good for the environment.
Drinks & Beverages: Red Wine, Guests can bring alcohol
Freshly baked farinata
Seasonal vegetable soup with homemade focaccia
Ravioli stuffed with vegetable purees, served with microgreens and fresh herbs
You will enjoy some vegan red wine. You can also bring your own bottle if you want to.
It is very accessible via public transport.
€ 36.00 / person
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ABOUT THE HOST
Hello! We're excited to bring the passion of our blog into the real world and look forward to sharing this with you.
We are Francesca and Ryan, both yoga teachers and health geeks, and we'd love to host you for an animal-free feast to give you vegans/vegetarians a new option and safe haven and you meat eaters an opportunity to find out how wonderful and varied food can be.
We know how difficult it can be to find vegan food while travelling so we also hope to help conscious-eaters on their travels.
We try to live in tune with nature by eating local seasonal food (although there'll still be a few exotic treats involved) to achieve our own health and the well being of the planet. This doesn't mean we compromise on taste!
We are also passionate about spreading the message and are happy to explain during dinners where we source our ingredients, how we prepare them and discuss the wider issues.
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