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Kosher menu recommendations for Rome

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mamaleh Jun 10, 2010 10:43 PM

Has anyone eaten at Nona Betta in Rome? If so, any recommendations from the menu?
Also, any opinions of Yotvtah vs. Chagat for Shabbat take out?

Thank you!

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    kosherdoc RE: mamaleh Jun 11, 2010 04:44 AM

    I am very jealous that you are going to rome and more specifically eating at nona betta. i went with my wife on our honeymoon and we loved it! Everything that we had was delicious. I would highly recommend the fried artichoke and fried mozzerella balls. I know it sounds like a lot of fried stuff but it does not come off as very oily. I would also recommend the rissoto and a pasta dish, i think we had something with chicory and pecorino which was delicious. My wife got a zucchini in bechamel sauce which was outstanding and i had the fish baked in salt which was also wonderful, and not too salty.

    With regards to yotvatah, it was ok, nothing special, and never went to chagat.

    have a great time.

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      mamaleh RE: kosherdoc Jun 11, 2010 06:20 PM

      Grazie!

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        mamaleh RE: kosherdoc Jul 23, 2010 05:02 AM

        Thanks for the Nonna Betta recommendation for Rome. We ate there 4 out of 5 days. There was really no reason to go anywhere else - the menu was extensive, the prices reasonable, the food was outstanding, and the owners were really nice. They even made us some sandwiches to take on a day trip. We had Chagat deliver our Shabbat meals to the Kolbe Hotel (highly recommended), and the food was OK - nothing special.

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        gsquaredb RE: mamaleh Jun 14, 2010 07:36 AM

        We are staying near Termini and am looking for someplace close by to eat. I looked through Shamash and Google maps but was unsuccessful. Do you happen to know anyplace?

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          mamaleh RE: gsquaredb Jun 14, 2010 11:21 AM

          Look at this website. They list EVERYTHING including maps http://www.jewishitaly.org/city.asp?C...

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