Nonna Betta

Nonna Betta - which translates to Grandma Betta - offers kosher style Italian cuisine with a traditional homemade feel and taste. This restaurant is not only a must-visit place for foodies, it’s also an unmissable place for art and history lovers. The walls are covered in striking frescoes that recreate 19th-century scenes from the Jewish Ghetto, where the restaurant is located.

Nonna Betta

  • Via del Portico d'Ottavia, 16, Rome, 00186 RM, Italy

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