Fodor's Expert Review Nonna Betta

$ Jewish Ghetto Italian
Right on the main street of the Jewish Ghetto, Nonna Betta is an institution in the neighborhood. All the Roman Jewish classics are on the menu here, and the carciofi alla giudia are outstanding, as are most of the fried starters. A perfect meal might also include the kosher carbonara, which substitutes dried beef for the guanciale, or the semolina gnocchi baked in a terra-cotta ramekin. The restaurant gets extremely busy, so don't expect service to be all that attentive, but the food more than makes up for it.
Italian Roman Historical Lively Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

Via del Portico d’Ottavia 16
Rome, Latium  00186, Italy


Known For:
  • Casual and busy atmosphere
  • Kosher garbonara
  • Outside seating
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues.

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