Though not strictly kosher, this is the only restaurant in Rome’s old Jewish quarter historically owned and managed by Roman Jews. Traditional dishes include delicious carciofi alla giudia: deep-fried artichokes served with small morsels like battered cod fillet, stuffed and fried zucchini flowers, carrot sticks, and whatever vegetable is in season. Don’t forego the baccalà with onions and tomato or the tagliolini with chicory and mullet roe. Middle Eastern specialties such as falafel and couscous are on the menu, and all desserts are homemade, including a stellar cake with pine nuts.