City Guide: Rome

By Maria Pasquale

Ba’Ghetto Milky

A tasty insight into Roman Jewish cuisine in the historic district.

Right in the hub of Rome’s Jewish Quarter, Ba’ Ghetto Milky is a kosher dairy restaurant (its meat-serving counterpart simply called Ba’ Ghetto can be found further along the same street) which centers on Jewish cuisine with influences from Rome, the Mediterranean and the Middle East. While the elegant dining room is welcoming on a hot day, the outside tables are where you can watch the world go by while enjoying the must-orders: typical Roman Jewish fried artichokes (Carciofi alla giudìa) and their signature baccalà dish which combines salt cod with pine nuts and raisins or the spicy fish cous cous. There’s also plenty of pizzas, pastas, vegetarian options and desserts as well as a decent list of Israeli wines.

Must try:
Baccalà Ba' Ghetto
Kosher Cuisine / Italian-Jewish
Reservations: Via email, phone or online
Hours: Sun-Thu 12pm-11pm; Fri 12-3pm; Sat 6pm-11pm
Location: Jewish Ghetto
Address: Via del Portico D’Ottavia, 2/A
Phone: 06 68 30 0077
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