Ginger Sapori e Salute Bistro in Rome Shakes!

Ginger Sapori e Salute Bistro in Rome Shakes!
02 June 2016 0 Comment

Rome is giving us some great places to eat where the food is light, refreshing, full of interesting flavors and fun. Ginger Sapori e Salute is such a place.

The more a younger generation of Italians travel, the more different ideas about food and the way to present it is brought home, in this case to Rome. Foodies around the world applaud the Italian kitchen and rightly so; simple, fresh seasonal foods combine to make exceptional dishes, from one region to the next in Italy. Traditions of cooking that have been handed down the generations married to local traditions and a fierce pride when the discussion moves on to which Tuscan village produces the best picci for example.

But times do change, even in Italy, and when a change includes the introduction of new flavors, at least for many Italians, of ginger, married to an almost Californian love of healthy food and beverages, exciting times with different flavors and atmosphere can be enjoyed in Rome these days. Ginger Sapori e Salute is a great place to sit down for a light meal, a quick snack, washed down with a wine or one of their excellent fruit smoothies? Yes, I know that it doesn’t sound very Italian but believe me when I write that many visitors to Rome, with children in tow, appreciate being able to sit down in a funky joint and order a San Diego smoothie (pineapple, papaya and mint) for little Johnny who has grown heartily fed up with menus of pasta and pizza during ten long days of an Italian vacation. Children love this place as do their parents knowing that what their children are eating here is a taste sensation and filled to the brim with healthy vibes and goodies.

As for the grown-ups, well perhaps a lunch of baked fillet of salmon with herb oil, fresh pink peppercorns and served with basmati rice and organic cardamom might tempt you away from another bowl of pasta? Or for dinner you might like to try their Scallops brochette; that would be grilled scallops flavored with lemongrass sea asparagus, with vanilla sauce and smoked salt. Yes, I think I might have that myself! This place is only a five minute walk away from the Spanish Steps and therefore easily found by most visitors to Rome.

It’s new, it’s funky, it’s yummy and very well priced, so what are you waiting for!

Ginger Sapori e Salute – Via Borgognona, 43/44 – Open 7 days a week from 10.00am through to midnight.

Peter Kilby
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Peter Kilby is an artist, writer, story-teller, journalist and avid traveller who has lived and worked in Italy since 1987. He created Perfect Traveller to bring the world of art and history closer to you. Download the “free” Perfect Traveller app and enjoy the best audio tours available; about Italy today and yesterday. Sign Up to this website and submit your travel stories and become part of the Perfect Traveller community.

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