Roman – JewishTHE CLASSIC CUISINE OF THE ITALIAN JEWS
The Roman Jewish community is the oldest in the World amongst those outside Israel. Until 1870 the Jews were confined to the ghetto where they held on firmly to their religion and culture. Because they were a poor people their traditionally simple style of cooking endured through the centuries. It could be said that the everyday plain cooking of the pagans and Christians of ancient Rome was an imitation of this Jewish cuisine.
We would like to offer you a traditional light, delicate and most of all a nouvelle Roman Jewish cuisine and a few dishes (the most requested ones) from the Venetian Jewish cuisine for those in search of novelty, because it is invitingly out of the ordinary for dining in New York.