Fonzie The Burgher's House is a kosher restaurant offering more than 30 types of burgers, from simple ones to spicy ones, from normal ones to extra giant ones, plus ... fries, onion rings, and many other specialties
BellaCarne is not just a kosher restaurant in Rome. It is the place where the thousand souls of the Ghetto meet: kosher cuisine and taste, tradition and innovation, culture and design. A family project, even in the name: BellaCarne is an old saying of the Jewish community, an affectionate vocative directed to the little ones to express tenderness, usually accompanied by the classic pinch on the cheek that we have all received at least once. At the same time, a great entrepreneurial project: excellent products, qualified personnel, exclusive services. At competitive prices. From noon to midnight, the kitchen of the kosher restaurant awaits you: for lunch, with a complete à la carte menu; for an afternoon snack with our rotisserie or grilled cuts of meat, mixed skewers, kebabs (shawarma), hot dogs and burgers with different minced meat; for an Israeli tea to accompany our homemade desserts; for dinner , with all the proposals of the restaurant: classic appetizers, crispy fried or whims of cured meats of our production; soups, Israeli cous cous and fresh pasta, main courses from the kitchen or from the rotisserie. You cannot visit the Jewish quarter and not go to eat at BellaCarne: your restaurant in the Ghetto of Rome!
Modestly appointed restaurant specializing in kosher Roman cuisine, including pasta & seafood.
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.
Obento is a one-of-a-kind dining experience with a menu inspired by simple and honest cuisine. From day one, we have designed an ad hoc culinary journey for all our customers using fresh and sustainable ingredients - to take them on an unforgettable journey of taste. From traditional Japanese taste to Brazilian flavor inspirations, each dish reflects our passion for haute cuisine presented in a simple but refined way. Dive straight into this sea of taste. Come and taste our dishes.
The excellence of the ingredients and the freshness, the care of the preparations and the imagination have characterized for about ten years the artisan fresh pasta laboratory which represents the heart of the activity of “There is pasta and pasta”. Features also extended to gastronomy. Thanks to the owners, Fulvio and Miriam, who have seen fit to share their passion for food with their customers by offering Kosher cuisine - certified by the Jewish Community of Rome - which expresses the best of the Jewish-Roman tradition. Seasonality and taste make the difference in this place in Porta Portese which is not a real restaurant but a deli-cafeteria that for lunch and dinner, in addition to take-away dishes, The environment, recently renovated, is modern, cozy, with a few tables and the typical diner counter with stools, ideal for a quick lunch break but which does not compromise on quality, always high at an affordable price. From the laboratory are born pasta delights to be cooked or ready to eat, prepared to satisfy the lovers of fresh pasta.
Last born in the Dabush family, Su Ghetto, in the heart of the Jewish ghetto of Rome, is the place par excellence of dairy-free kosher catering. An elegant, historic but also young and dynamic environment. From breakfast to aperitif, from business lunches to dinners Su Ghetto is the ideal place to eat traditional Judaic-Roman, kosher and Mediterranean food.
Pasticceria Boccione is a kosher bakery in the Roman Ghetto. Established in 1815 by the Limentani family, Boccione is best known for its cherry and ricotta tart and Pizza Ebraica, a sweet bread filled with toasted almonds, candied ginger, marzipan, pine nuts, egg, maraschino cherries and raisins. A small, unmarked store on the area's main street, The New York Times described Boccione's crostata as the "best in Rome." The Pizza Ebraica is reportedly Pope Benedict XVI's favorite dessert.
Yotvata was born from the idea of the owner Marco Sed, who was inspired by the chain of the homonymous restaurant in Israel, well known and appreciated by Israelis and tourists. It is the only kosher milk restaurant in Rome that produces its cheeses. The cuisine of Yotvata follows the Roman Jewish tradition, inherited from our grandmothers who already delighted the palates a hundred years ago with the Giudia artichoke, the courgette tanning, the anchovies with the endive and the vegetable fries. The restaurant applies strict kosher standards, a term that literally means "suitable" and indicates all foods allowed for Jewish consumption, guaranteeing the wholesomeness and quality of the raw materials that our chefs make into wonderful foods.
Visit Cochin’s historic synagogues, remnants of its once-flourishing Jewish community. Walk along Jew Street to the exquisite 450-year-old Paradesi Synagogue. The stunning interiors boast Belgian chandeliers and Chinese tiles. Of seven local synagogues, it is the only one still in operation. Visit cemetery in Mattancherry; explore the area’s antique shops and spice markets, the dramatic Chinese fishing nets. Enjoy the amazing Ernakulam Synagogue that has just been renovated, and the Parur Synagogue, an architectural gem dating from 1616 that is now a museum.
The tour offers visit Ashkenazy synagogue of Baku- In 1946, a building of former depot of the civil defense on the corner of Korganov (now Rasul Rza) and Pervomayskaya (now Dilara Aliyeva) Streets in a semi-basement place was allocated for the present synagogue.The building was repaired and re-equipped for needs of communities together with a community of Georgian Jews of Azerbaijan. Two praying halls were built there: a big one for the Ashkenazi Jews and a small one for Georgian Jews.
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