The biggest Kosher Restaurant in Rome
The oldest Jewish restaurant in the Capital has its roots in the 1980s, when the Dabush couple open their first restaurant in Via Livorno 10, near Piazza Bologna. Historical and profound roots, passion and creativity were then handed down to their 4 children Avi, Ilan, Eran and Amit, who followed in the footsteps of their parents by opening 5 other Ba Ghetto restaurants, this time right in the heart of the Jewish ghetto in Rome, Milan and Florence.
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 original flavors and recipes typical of the Tripolina history and Middle Eastern. His cuisine has a precise meaning: it represents a mix not only of ingredients but also of customs, history and tradition. It offers a very rich gastronomic proposal that satisfies both kosher enthusiasts and who is looking for something different from the usual.