Located just beside the Portico d'Ottavia in the Jewish Ghetto, this restaurant specializes in Hebrew influenced Roman cuisine. While not Kosher, the food (and in particular the artichokes when they're in season) comes highly recommended by locals and travelers. For a main course try the pasta carbonara, or if you're in the mood for protein, the fish is a solid bet.
There is certainly no shortage of pizza in Rome, but Bir & Fud does it especially well. The pizza... Read more