Though its kitchen is far from kosher — all of Rome’s cured-pork-laced pastas appear on the menu — Piperno is well-known for its cucina ebraica, Roman Jewish classics, like carciofi alla giudia (fried local artichokes) and tortino di alici ed indivia (anchovy and endive casserole). When the weather is warm, Piperno’s patio is a lovely and rather secluded place to eat, tucked away in a charming piazza on the edge of the Jewish Ghetto near the Tiber River.
Special Dishes: Carciofi Alla Giudia (Fried Artichokes), Tortino Di Alici Ed Indivia (Casserole), Pasta
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