The restaurant knows how to leverage on its recent publicity, as demonstrated by the prominent display of Anthony Bourdain and TripAdvisor posters by the entry. We wondered if the sudden notoriety had spoiled the overall quality, but that was not the case at all.
We showed up at an odd time - 4 PM on a cold winter Sunday, in between lunch and dinner, there was only 1 table at the end of their meal. As a result, we had the place to ourselves, without the typical crowd and competition to get a table.
Excellent carciofi alla Giudia, don't forget the fried zucchini flowers, and marinated sliced zucchini. Greatly recommended: tagliolini with cacio e pepe with cicoria (chicory), a perfect balance of salty, spice, and bitterness.
Overall, I greatly recommend this place for great Roman kosher cuisine, especially off hours!