This Ghetto district mainstay offers two menus: one strictly kosher, and another featuring classic “nonna” dishes like delicious carciofi alla giudia (deep fried artichokes), stellar tagliolini with mullet roe and chicory, and quintessential homemade baccalà preparations. Leave room for desserts like “pizza ebraica,” a sort of nutty fruit cake, and all manner of Middle Eastern honey and pistachio creations. Good Israeli wines are on the wine list.