28 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
A no-frills trattoria that's always packed with locals enjoying the same traditional kosher and Roman plates for decades. *Get here early to put your name on the waiting list.
Another gem in the Jewish Ghetto. This one is less touristy than Gigetto, but harder to get into because there are just a few seats. Literally a hole in the wall with handwritten menus, and the pasta is so so so good.
This is a traditional family run trattoria. A must if you want to live an experience as a local. Better reserve in advance