Su’Ghetto Rome


Su’Ghetto, in the heart of the Jewish ghetto of Rome, represents an excellence of kosher meat cuisine . Multifunctional and dynamic venue in whose rooms history and elegance blend, and where it is possible to have lunches, dinners and aperitifs or organize private and corporate events.

The location

Located on the corner between Via del Portico d’Ottavia and Piazza Costaguti, in the center of the ancient Ghetto, it allows you to have excellent meals while admiring the splendid Portico d’Ottavia or the wonderful Temple of Santa Maria del Carmine.

The cuisine

Su’Ghetto is the ideal place to enjoy kosher food from the Jewish-Roman and Mediterranean traditionsThe dishes served in the restaurant strictly respect all the rules of kashrut and for this reason milk and dairy products, crustaceans or invertebrates are not served.

The cuisine reflects the location and it knows how to combine the traditional tastes and ingredients of the area with innovative and delicious proposals.


Our wine list is the result of our endless research for new kasher wines from the territory and abroad. We focused on the big vineyards and also on the small producers who guaranteed on the details the quality of the products and the steps of the Kasherut.

We have an extensive selection of Kosher wines by the glass on a period rotation and over than 100 references between Italy, Israel and over the world Mevushal & No Mevushal.

Our team can’t wait to suggest you a great kosher wine and let you spend an unforgettable experience in Ba’Ghetto.

Su’Ghetto Rome

Via del Portico d'Ottavia 1C - Rome

+39 06 6880 5605

Monday/Thursday and Sunday

Open from 12pm to 3pm, from 6pm to 11pm


Open from 12pm to 3pm


Open from 7pm to 11pm



Great artichokes a la giudecca lovely Gnocchi. Friendly staff who took the time to explain why cheese could not be served with the pasta (kosher rules). Fast service. Glad to return!


Very good!

We ordered the mergez and fries and the sliced steak with artichokes. All excellent. Of course we had the Jewish fried artichoke, delicious too.


Cooking class a great activity

Did a cooking class then we were served our dinner. Wonderful,fun experience,Pablo our translator and server was terrific and so nice. The restaurant was very attentive and made us feel at home.