10 Best Kosher Restaurants In Rome, Italy

kosher restaurants in rome
Alyssandra Raiza
Alyssandra Raiza 

Although it is best known as the center of the Roman Catholic faith, Rome is actually also home to the largest Jewish community in Italy! These wonderful meeting of religions gives color to Rome’s local culture, and this can be seen even in their food! There are plenty of excellent Kosher restaurants in this holy city. Whether you’re looking for some Kosher food in keeping with your faith, or simply want to try some new and delicious cuisines, here are some of the best kosher restaurants in Rome, Italy, that you ought to try out the next time you’re visiting this fascinating destination.

1. BellaCarne Kosher Restaurant

The BellaCarne Kosher Restaurant is a good place to find hearty and healthy kosher meals that can satisfy any palate! They offer a wide variety of meals including certified meat, Shabbat meals, and even meals for celiacs! Start with their fried artichokes, then indulge in their all-beef charcuterie board or grandma’s meatballs - two of BellaCarne’s best-selling meals. Finally, cap it off with a helping of their delectable kosher tiramisu.

BellaCarne Kosher Restaurant

Address: Via del Portico D'Ottavia, 51 00186 - Rome

Website: BellaCarne Kosher Restaurant

Opening hours: 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM, Daily. Closed on Friday for dinner, Saturday for lunch and during Jewish holidays.

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

2. Yotvata

This warm and welcoming restaurant is great if you love comforting meals! Some of their must-try dishes include the bruschetta pomodoro and their gnocchi, served with Gorgonzola and walnuts. Yotvata is also one of the few places in Rome that serves Suppli - breaded and deep-fried rice balls, stuffed with kosher mozzarella - which are truly addictive and not to be missed!


Address: Piazza Cenci, 70 | 00186 Rome

Website: Yotvata

Opening hours: 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM and 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM, Monday to Thursday and Sundays; 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM on Fridays; 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM on Saturdays

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

3. Ba'Ghetto Kosher

If you’re looking for a kosher restaurant that’s quiet and intimate, Ba'Ghetto would be just the place for you! Whether it’s for a romantic dinner date or a catch-up brunch with your best friend, you’re sure to enjoy Ba'Ghetto’s cozy atmosphere and mouthwatering meals. Try their gnocchi bolognese and their rigatoni with mushrooms. You can also enjoy their kosher desserts, like dairy-free tiramisu!

Ba'Ghetto Kosher

Address: Via del Portico d'Ottavia 57 Roma

Website: Ba Ghetto Kosher

Opening hours: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM, Monday to Thursday, Saturday to Sunday. Closed on Saturday afternoons.

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

4. Su Ghetto

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Su Ghetto offers delectable Kosher meals at affordable prices. Try their pastrami, bolognese, or their highly indulgent veal ribs and lamb shank. Su Ghetto also offers a good selection of delicious meals options for vegans or vegetarians, like their vegetarian ravioli, hummus, and falafel. If you’re in luck, you may even be able to attend one of their wonderful workshops on Jewish cooking, held on occasion!

Su Ghetto

Address: Via del Portico d'Ottavia 1C 00186 Rome

Website: Su Ghetto

Opening hours: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday to Friday; 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday

Average price for two: 24.81 - 45.11 USD

5. Little Tripoli

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Though somewhat difficult to find, you definitely should not miss Little Tripoli! This family restaurant is noted for its hearty and delicious meals, as well as their excellent service. Some of their most popular dishes include their scrumptious pita, falafel, couscous, kebabs, and babaghanoush. If you somehow still have room for dessert, they also offer some delicious pastries with fruit.

Little Tripoli

Address: Via Polesine 16 00161 Rome

Website: Little Tripoli

Opening hours: 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM, Monday to Thursday; 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM on Sundays

Average price for two: 67.66 USD

6. Nonna Betta

Renowned chef Anthony Bourdain spoke highly of Nonna Betta, and for good reason. This little restaurant in the Jewish Ghetto offers some of the best-tasting and most authentic kosher meals in the city! Their falafel, fried mozzarella, and Jewish-style artichoke and zucchini are some of their patrons’ favorite dishes. Another must-try is their Cacio e Pepe, or cheese and pepper, an indulgent dish with a spicy kick!

Nonna Betta

Address: Via del Portico d’Ottavia, 16 – Roma

Website: Nonna Betta

Opening hours: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM and 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM, Mondays and Wednesday to Sunday

Average price for two: 24.86 - 45.20 USD

7. Flour Farina e Cucina

Flour Farina e Cucina combines savory kosher meals and French-inspired desserts that are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth! Their specialties include pizzas and pasta - all kosher, of course. In particular, their stuffed gnocchi and pizza Margherita, are fan favorites. As for desserts, you’re sure to love their croissants, bouchons, and eclairs.

Flour Farina e Cucina

Address: Via Cremona 27 00161 Rome

Website: Flour Farina e Cucina

Opening hours: 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM, Monday - Thursday, Saturdays, and Sundays; 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM on Fridays

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

8. C'è pasta...E pasta!

C'è pasta…E pasta! is described as a “local” gem by many of its patrons. Noted for their delicious, affordable Roman and Jewish meals, as well as their generous serving sizes, it is no wonder its patrons keep coming back for more! Some of their must-try kosher dishes include their homemade ravioli, kosher lasagna, and gnocchi.

C'è pasta...E pasta!

Address: Via Ettore Rolli 29/35, 00153 Rome, Italy

Website: C'è pasta…E pasta!

Opening hours: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM, Daily

Average price for two: 12.00 - 34.00 USD

9. La Taverna del Ghetto

Combining rustic charm and modern styles, the La Taverna del Ghetto is a wonderful place to enjoy a quiet dinner date with a loved one. In addition to the atmosphere, the restaurant is noted for its excellent food, service, and selection of wines. Some of their most popular dishes include their Carciofi alla Giudia (or Jewish-style artichokes), their fettuccine, and cannoli, for dessert.

La Taverna del Ghetto

Address: Via Portico D'ottavia 800186 Rome

Website: La Taverna del Ghetto

Opening hours: 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM, Sunday to Thursday

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

10. Fonzie - The Burger's House - Kosher

Filling and delicious, burgers make great meals for travelers on-the-go. Fonzie serves some of the juiciest and most delectable burgers in the area - with plenty of kosher options, of course! Try their vegetarian burgers, special egg burger, or their even their breakfast sandwiches. Their fries, lightly salted and cooked to perfection, would also be perfect to go with your burger.

Fonzie - The Burger's House - Kosher

Address: Via Cicerone 58 00161 Rome

Website: Fonzie - The Burger’s House - Kosher

Opening hours: 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM, Monday to Thursday; 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM, Sunday to Friday, 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM on Sunday evenings

Average price for two: 47.36 - 90.22 USD

Enjoy delicious Kosher meals in Rome

Source: Photo by user MartinThoma used under CC0

In addition to the classic Italian pizza and pasta dishes, Kosher meals are quite popular in Rome and just as excellently prepared! Be sure to check out these restaurants and you’ll definitely find kosher meals that you will enjoy!

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