A trip to Rome, is a magical trip of the senses. A paradise of flavors, tastes and images, creating an amalgam of wonderful, lasting memories - the kind of memories that forever binds you to a place!
Visiting the Eternal City and not indulging in one of the delicious Italian specialties like the amazing pasta, the authentic italian pizza, the unique gelato or the traditional Tiramisu is simply not possible!
One of my all-time favorite treats is Tiramisu - I love everything about it but when it comes to its flavour, I am strict and demanding. The authentic, italian, creamy Tiramisu, must have the perfect balance between mascarpone cream and coffee. So, finding the best Tiramisu to satisfy my needs in Rome was a mission I was delightful to take over!
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Be it a traditional italian treat, you'll find the tiramisu in various spots around town - both restaurants and pasticcerias. Almost EVERY restaurant feaures the tiramisu on its menu since there is a high demand from tourists and visitors. As you'd have guessed by now, not all tiramisus are the same. And since I am highly demanding when it comes to tiramisu, I digged in a bit more, asked the locals, tried and turned down everything around average and, at last, found the Tiramisu Kingdom in Rome!
A few steps away from Rome's "fashion avenue", Via Dei Condotti and the Spanish Steps, you'll find Via della Groce. At the number 82 I found happiness; the historic Pompi! Since 1962, the patisserie specializes in the art of the "Tirami su" offered in various flavours, like the Pistacchio Tiramisu, the Strawberry Tiramisu, the Banana & Nutella and the all-time-classic, Coffee Tiramisu - which will always be my favourite!
I almost never visit touristic spots and restaurants but this was truly SOMETHING ELSE! I happened to find Pompi whilst looking for the best photo spots around town. A win-win situation since not only did I have the best Tiramisu but I also discovered the top 5 best photo spots in Rome!
** "Tirami su" means "Cheer me Up"!
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