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Eyewitness Travel Family Guide Rome by DK Publishing

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< Introducing Rome

Where to Eat

Family Guide
A variety of pasta dishes
Going out to eat with children is very much the norm in Italy, and Rome is no exception. The culture of eating with the family is just as important as exposing children to good food. Most city restaurants welcome kids. It is accepted practice for toddlers to share their parents’ food and for older children to be given half portions. There are no kids’ menus. Prices given in this guide allow for a two-course lunch for a family of four (two adults and two children) without wine.

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Traditional Italian meals consist of an antipasto (starter), primo (pasta, risotto ...

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