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Thousand-year-old traditions join the restaurant Ba Ghetto in Rome
Thousand-year-old traditions join the Ba Ghetto restaurant in Rome
“A few steps from the portico of Ottavia and the Marcella theater, in the vital hub of the Jewish quarter stands Ba Ghetto: the place run by the Dabush family that Alessandro Borghese visits for the fifth episode of the third season of “4 Restaurants” in the summer edition “. This week the globetrotter chef arrives in the capital and goes in search of the best family-run Trattoria”.
Ilan Dabush, the one who cooked kosher for Pope Bergoglio
Judeo-Roman cuisine: peculiarities and recipes typical of the Jewish Ghetto in Rome
“Kosher cooking involves the absolute separation of dairy products from meat in the kitchen and during meals. This derives from the precept indicated in the Torah. For this reason, no dairy products will be served in restaurants that serve meat, and vice versa. In fact, the local historian Ba’Ghetto exists in two versions, the one dedicated to meat and the milky one.
This aspect is very interesting not only for observant Jews, but also for vegans or for lactose intolerant and allergic people.
A must try is the mixture of appetizers of the Su Ghetto restaurant, where we went incognito to taste some dishes. Falafel, tabbouleh and sigarim accompanied by sauces such as humus, made from chickpeas, babaganoush, made from eggplants, and tahina, made from sesame. ”
Amit Dabush, guest of the new show by Roberta Capua: "L'Ingrediente perfetto"
Amit Dabush opens the doors of his kitchen to reveal its perfect ingredients in the preparation of a perfect salt cod alla giudia.
Amit Dabush talks about the importance of couscous in Jewish culture
Amit Dabush talks about the custom of couscous in Jewish culture and the ways of preparing this dish.
The ghetto of Rome: history and gastronomic itineraries
“A fascinating journey into the heart of the Eternal Cities through art, history, culture and good food.
Renowned also for its numerous restaurants and taste shops, the Jewish quarter of Rome offers visitors ancient kosher recipes: become part of the culinary repertoire of the Roman tradition! Giudìa artichokes – a tasty dish based on fried artichokes, prepared according to the ancient food prescriptions of the Jewish tradition – are a real must. In addition to the dishes of the rich Jewish-Roman gastronomic tradition, in the numerous taverns and inns in the neighborhood you can also taste fusion recipes, which mix traditional and international Jewish cuisine “.
Rome. Ba Ghetto restaurant. Here is the good kosher cuisine
“We are in the center of Rome. At Ba Ghetto! Judaic Roman cuisine, but also Middle Eastern. All kosher: no milk or dairy products; no crustaceans or invertebrates; meat controlled and slaughtered according to the strict rules of the torah.
There is a large crowd of tourists, but everything works. A must try!”
Kosher - The cuisine of the Jews
“Recipes and memories intertwine in a sweetly nostalgic and dramatic story.
This is a small thank you to all those who opened their homes, their hearts to us and gave us extraordinary emotions”.
“The third restaurant of the Dabush brothers, born in 2010 and also located in the heart of the Roman ghetto at the Portico d’Ottavia, offers the best of Jewish-Roman kosher cuisine but in the Hlavì version: fish, cheese and vegetable specialties A particularly delicious cuisine as well as imaginative and with generous portions. No meat, as required by the rules of the Torah. The real novelty in the context of kosher cuisine, in addition to the dishes of the Judeo-Roman tradition, is the pizza cooked in a wood oven The environment, divided into two rooms, one of which is covered in bricks, creates a relaxing, warm and welcoming atmosphere. During the summer it is possible to eat outside, along the road, in the suggestive setting of ancient Rome. Given the central position of the restaurant, which can also be easily reached by tourists, reservations are strongly recommended, especially on Saturday nights “.
Article: Kosher a Roma