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My flight was cancelled, yet I have a new schedule (forthcoming). I arrive Wednesday the 12th of April (just in time for the Triduum) and I depart Wednesday the 26th. Usually when I am in Rome it's Passover, and all the _echt_ Jewish restaurants are closed. Yet Passover ends on Monday the 17th (I think), and this gives me the chance to try Roman Jewish cooking.
i. It must be kosher. Perhaps Glatt or Lamehadrin is asking too much outside of an ultra-orthodox circumstance. Yet it must be somehow kosher. (Chowhounds can try to talk me out of this.)
ii. It must offer the Roman Jewish tradition.
My research has yielded three establishments:
3. And ate well at La Taverna del Ghetto last back in 2004, which is granted "many and many a year ago".
So what are all'y'all's recommendations?
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