NEW OPENING – Ba’Ghetto, a classic of Roman-Jewish culinary tradition, has landed in Milan. One of the oldest Jewish restaurants in Rome, it boasts three branches in the capital. For its debut in the shadow of the ‘Madonnina’, Ba’Ghetto has chosen via Sardegna, in the Washington district. Here, the focus is on contemporary, dairy-free, kosher cuisine with an emphasis on healthy, high quality ingredients. In addition to traditional Libyan and Middle-Eastern fare, the menu also features an assortment of Roman Jewish delicacies, including Judea-style artichokes, lamb, meatballs, ‘gricia’ and amatriciana (both made with a dry meat substitute instead of cheek lard). Ba’Ghetto keeps the Sabbath and is closed on Friday night and Saturday at lunch.
Sun-Fri 11am-11pm.
Via Sardegna, 45
M1 (red line) De Angeli
Phone: +39 02 4694643
GPS: 45.46186, 9.15132