Who we are



The oldest Jewish restaurant in Rome was born in the 1980s, when the Dabush couple opened their first restaurant in Via Livorno 10, in the Piazza Bologna area. Deep historical roots, passion and creativity were then passed down to their 4 sons Avi, Ilan, Eran and Amit, who followed in their parents’ footsteps making the group grow with other restaurants in Rome and then in Milan, Florence and Venice.

What has always distinguished Ba’Ghetto is the fusion of unique elements: the Judeo-Roman culinary tradition, the strictly kosher vision of food, the search for healthy and high quality ingredients, the flavors and original recipes typical of Tripoli’s history and Middle Eastern. 

Its cuisine has a precise meaning: it represents a mix of ingredients and customs, history and tradition. It offers a very rich gastronomic offer that satisfies both fans of kosher cuisine and those looking for something different from the usual.

Come and visit us at:

Ba’Ghetto Rome

Via del Portico D’Ottavia 57

Ba’Ghetto Milky Rome

Via del Portico d'Ottavia 2/A

Su’Ghetto Rome

Via del Portico d'Ottavia 1C

Ba’Ghetto Florence

Via Luigi Carlo Farini 5/r

Ba’Ghetto Milan

Via Sardegna 45

Ba’Ghetto Venice

Cannaregio 2873/c