Baghetto, located in Via del Portico d'Ottavia 57, is a well-known Jewish restaurant in Rome, which offers the best of Jewish-Roman cuisine in combination with Middle Eastern traditions. All the typical recipes are remade in a modern version. Read More
Located in the center of the city, in the charming streets of the Jewish ghetto, a Roman historical district. You can eat outside enjoying a fascinating atmosphere, with the view of a monument erected by Emperor Augustus in honor of his sister: the famous Portico di Ottavia which once marked the boundary that Jews could not cross at night. This is also a place that was used as "cottio", a peculiar fish auction in which the whole Roman population partecipated. All the dishes comply with all the Kasherut rules as well as the meat is inspected and slaughtered according to the principles of the Torah. The restaurant does’nt serve milk and dairy products, shellfish or invertebrates. The wine list has a wide selection of Italian and Israeli labels, with tags from France, Chile and California.