The restaurant located in Via Livorno 10 is the “big brother” of Ba Ghetto in Via Portico d’Ottavia.
Born in the 80s from the passion of Ester and Amram Dabush, the restaurant is now run by their sons, the four brothers Avi, Ilan, Amit and Eran. They always keep alive the love for Judeo-Roman cuisine and Middle East tradition, got from parents.
Completely renovated in 2010, Ba Ghetto is now a modern place that perfectly preserves intact the family atmosphere of the past. Well-known Jewish restaurant in Rome, it owes its fame to the great attention to quality, since the ingredients with the recipes are prepared. We serve only the best kosher meat, selected with care and attention under the strict supervision of the Rabbinate of Rome.
Fresh pasta is homemade with flour De Cecco and the wine list features a wide selection of the best Italian and Israeli kosher wines, with a good relationship between quality and price.
The Ba Ghetto restaurant in Via Livorno 10 is located a few steps from Piazza Bologna, in the residential area close to La Sapienza University and can also be easily reached by public transport: the closest stop is Bologna, on the underground line B.