This restaurant offers kosher Roman cuisine that combines Middle Eastern flavors with dishes that have long standing Hebrew culinary traditions. The dishes served here meet all the rules of kashrut that are enclosed in the Torah. In addition to Kosher Italian food, there is also a wide selection of wines ranging from Italian labels to Israeli, French, Chilean, and Californian wines. Sitting outside diners can see the portico of Octavia that was erected in honor of Emperor Augustus sister. Back in the old days the portico marked the boundary of the area from which the Jews could not leave during the night.
Located down a street between Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain, this restaurant serves... Read more