The Calabrian food is one of the many and rich local traditions in Italy; it is also linked to the folklore and the religious rituals like Christmas or Easter.
postato da elamedia il 11/07/2012
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The Calabrian food is one of the many and rich local traditions in Italy; it is also linked to the folklore and the religious rituals like Christmas or Easter.

 

In Rome you can find a lot of Calabrian restaurants and managed directly by people from that places.

 

The restaurant Le Maschere, placed between Navona square and Campo dè Fiori, works since 1980 and it offers traditional food in an environment that remind the Calabria region atmosphere.

 

La “‘Nduja” is a chain of Calabrian restaurant, also specialised .to prepare pizza and steaks, that takes its name from a typical specialties of the traditional Calabrian food: the very hot spicy sausage, soft and to spread. In Rome you can find three locals where you can taste the food of La ‘Nduja: in Casalbertone quarter, in Viale Marconi and in the Prenestino Centocelle area.

 

Other restaurants rich of Calabrian specialties are: “La Melangiana”, in Forte Boccea street, “La Mimosa Fiorita”, in Bari street, two steps from Bologna square and “Il Chiurito”, in Cremona street 42, in Bologna square area.

 

In the historic centre, between Trevi Fountain and Spagna square you can find the Calabrian restaurant “Sacro e Profano”.

 

Fonte: http://www.tourtoeurope.org