A very atmospheric Italian restaurant. The decoration inside gives people a very warm feeling, and the main dining room is brighter. There is also a slightly dimmed area next to it. It can be said that this place with different lighting is prepared for different groups of people, and my wife chose this corner with a more private space. I ordered the chef’s recommendation here, pasta and these two fried fish balls that look like Chinese lion heads. The sauces of the pasta are well prepared, and the taste inside is very tasty. After eating it, the texture of the noodles is very elastic. The fish ball is the best fish ball I have ever eaten. It may be because the fish ball is very big and it is considered an innovative dish. There are a lot of squid in it, and it may have been cooked beforehand, so it tastes very tasty, not the feeling that it can be fried by deep-frying. It is a very good restaurant and it is recommended.
Ricotta cheese and chocolate muffins are the signature dishes of this historic store. Specializing in Roman Jewish cuisine, deep-frying has become an art here. Try the large fried baccalà sliced platter, with zucchini flower filling, vegetable filling and mozzarella filling.
Located in the Jewish ghetto, it has a family-run restaurant feel to it. This place is about fresh food, tradition and history. Their specialty is artichoke, which I personally never liked before till I visited Piperno.
The carciofi made Jewish style are absolutely amazing, as are the sweets.
This place is hard to find but it was a great pleasure.
The food is real garbage and the servers are the worst in all of Rome.
It was all delicious and the service was charming. Lovely house wine.