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Nonna Betta

Average price €20

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Average price €20 Special request

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Scores & Reviews

  1. Marina P.
    • 3 reviews
    8/10

    We had a very nice dinner at the restaurant. The best fried artichoke we ever had, absolutely delicious! We also had lamb shoulder that was special of the day, it was very tender and flavorful. Overall we had a very nice experience.

  2. Rachel M.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    Delicious, inventive takes on Roman classics. The food was scrumptious and such a great bargain.

  3. Michael B.
    • 2 reviews
    8.5/10

    This is a friendly and atmospheric restaurant. Service is courteous, Given how well known and frequently praised Nonna Berta is, however, I thought the food was a little disappointing--good but not excellent.

  4. Clare G.
    • one review
    10/10

    Loved it

  5. Debbie C.
    • one review
    8.5/10

    Delicious meal tonight! Started with the fried artichokes which my sister even liked and she has a picky palate. Our main course was baccala alla Nonna Betta--literally to die for--made with pistachios, pine nuts and white wine, baked and served in a single serving crockery bowl. Will definitely return again.

  6. Vi Cher C.
    • 2 reviews
    9.5/10

    Food was great. Love the artichokes

  7. Simone D.
    • 11 reviews
    9.5/10

    It's my second time here and always enjoy the kosher style taste and feel of the place. The service is very good, and the food is excellent. I will definitely come back.

  8. Pindie S.
    • 2 reviews
    7/10

    Frankly I had expected slightly better service and one of the servers seemed a bit cheeky. I was surprised that the dishes were not larger, however this is Roman style, ordering each dish separately. I think there are better restaurants in the Jewish Quarter which I'll try this evening.

  9. - -.
    • one review
    5/10

    We were eagerly awaiting the fried artichoke and were upset that the claws were not removed.

  10. - -.
    • one review
    7.5/10

    Nice restaurant. Good food. Little bit too busy, could have done with another waiter.

  11. - -.
    • one review
    9/10

    I LOVED the artichokes! I also had the artichoke entree which was like a casserole with cheese and sauce baked in stoneware. It was amazing! I would definitely go back to Nonna Betta.

  12. - -.
    • one review
    7.5/10

    Wouldn't say spectacular

  13. - -.
    • one review
    8.5/10

    The food was amazing. However, the table was so crowded. I liked the atmosphere although it was Monday evening.

  14. Géssio M.
    • 8 reviews
    7.5/10

    The food is super nice, the problem is, as the place gets more famous, the amount of people comming in is overwhelming the staff, and service starts lagging. That is the biggest issue with the place. In the end it was good food with slow staff (altough I don't think its the peoples fault, but who is designing the staffing and the shifts)

  15. - -.
    • 2 reviews
    7/10

    Good food, slow service, buy wine by the bottle because it adds up quickly by the glass! Enjoy!

  16. Robert L.
    • one review
    5.5/10

    Based on high recommendations, and knowing the signature dishes I ordered pretty well, I was disappointed by the preparation (reheated Carciofo (artichoke) alla Giudia and choice to bake the gnocchi alla romana in a heavy bechamel sauce. I had hoped for the definitive versions. The atmosphere, however, was memorable with frescoed copies of old Ghetto paintings lining the walls of this well-dressed Roman trattoria.

More information

Opening time

Pranzo e cena: dal lunedí alla domenica dalle 12:00 alle 23:00 (eccetto il martedí)

How to get to the restaurant

Via del Portico d'Ottavia, 16, 00186, Roma, Italia

About the restaurant

CUCINA KOSHER - Il ristorante Nonna Betta, in via del Portico d’Ottavia a Roma, nel pieno del Ghetto della capitale, serve piatti della tradizione giudaico-romana in stile kosher, preparati con gli ingredienti più freschi e genuini.

PIATTI DELLA TRADIZIONE - Fra le specialità del menù sono da provare il misto fritto di verdure, la torta di acciughe e indivia, il merluzzo con cipolla e pomodori, la pasta fresca con cicoria e bottarga e, ovviamente, i rinomatissimi carciofi alla giudia. Ampia anche la scelta di piatti mediorientali.

INCONTRO CULTURALE - In un’atmosfera piacevole e rilassata è possibile ascoltare le vecchie storie del Ghetto e saperne di più sulla cultura ebraica a Roma che può vantare una tradizione pluricentenaria.

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