Eataly: the belly of Rome

must remarkable exploration
Eataly: the belly of Rome

A hybrid concept store luxury supermarket, delicatessen, and food court, all in one Eataly is a place where people buy, eat, and learn about the country's best food.

There is no shortage of temples in Rome: the Temple of Vesta, the Temple of Caesar, Hadrian's Temple… And then there is Eataly, the temple of Italian gastronomy in the city's old train station. Foodistas cannot leave Rome without paying homage here at least once. Italy's best foodstuffs are all to be found on the emporium's 17,000 square metres of spacious aisles and designer shelves.

Wandering through the delicatessen stalls and the supermarket, or the covered market of this den of taste, is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. There are no fewer than 20 restaurant areas, but Eataly doesn't just serve up good food; it also teaches people to cook and appreciate it, and to understand the basic tenets of the ‘slow food' movement.

Eataly
Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492
00154 Rome

+39 06 90279201

www.eataly.net/it_it/negozi/roma/