Operating since 1923, this third-generation classic eatery in the old Jewish Quarter is a beehive for the foodies who love to indulge in authentic and classy Italian cuisine (NEVER argue with, or tell an Italian how food should be cooked….they’ll chase you to death with a spatula!!).
Having been in the city for a short layover, I took a native Michelin Star chef's advice and went on with my stomach as hungry as a craving elephant. Try traditional Roman Jewish specialties like carciofi alla Guida (flattened, tender fried artichokes), or bucatini all'amatriciana and abbacchio à scottaditto. As they say that without hunger, the best of food is a waste, so make the most of it while you are here (and do make sure you book in advance).
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