Standing tall at the first position in the list of Italian foods that you must try is Spaghetti alla Carbonara.
A traditional Napoletana Pizza is prepared in a wood-fired oven by flattening the dough by hand.
Risotto al Nero di Sepia is prepared with arborio rice, cuttlefish, and squid ink which are all top-shelf ingredients as well.
Arancini are arborio rice balls severed with ragu, cheese, and optional sides like aubergine, peas, etc.
If you ask any Italian, living in the country or abroad, the best Italian food according to them would be Fiorentina Steak.
A North Italian delicacy that the locals tend to enjoy on a regular basis is the Polenta. Polenta fritters or a stew with Polenta is very satisfying to the soul.
Ossobuco is a bone-in veal shank cooked on a low-heat stove to infuse flavors from meat stock, vegetables, and white wine.
The rare ones are white in color with a distinctive aroma while the black truffles that are more easily available are less fragrant.
Once a fishing village, La Barceloneta is actually now an area combining four main beaches in Barcelona.
Travelers with a sweet tooth would have a blast in Italy with artisan Gelato available on every street corner.