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Rome — By theromeguide on December 9, 2008 at 9:30 am

It’s All Kosher

Finding kosher food while travelling can be quite stressful, but Rome, with its very strong jewish roots, hosts an enviable amount of restaurants, fast food joints and pastry shops to delight any palate.  Just behind Piazza Navona lies RUST (Via del Teatro Pace, 34), a lovely pizzeria and restaurant decorated with a stunning collection of artwork by a young local artist. The cuisine is mostly Italian with modern twists here and there and the wine list is extensive. Wines are located right in the dining hall, so it’ll be easy to choose. Open all day, Rust is ideal for a quick lunch, a yummy pizza, or a romantic candelit dinner. Lounge music will keep you company during your culinary journey, but you’ll be mostly satisfied when the bill arrives: affordable and good. If you’re in the Piazza Bologna area, then ORIENTAL FOOD  (Via Livorno, 10) serves good food, and whether it be Italian or international fare, rest assured it’s kosher

RUST Via del Teatro Pace, 34
ORIENTAL FOOD Via Livorno, 10



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