Jewish Food

jewish food

Welcome to Re Salomone,

a kosher restaurant featuring traditional Italian and jewish food cuisine.

Our eclectic menu includes meat, fish and vegetarian-based.

We are the team that helms the Re Salomone glatt kosher offering mouth watering jewish food cuisine.


Originally established in 2000 on via Washington, thanks to glowing accolades from diners and critics alike, in 2008, in order to accommodate our growing clientele, we decided to relocate to number 45 Via Sardegna to a venue that now seats up to as many as one hundred customers.
The restaurant was opened to satisfy the needs of the jewish food community living in Milan who, for religious reasons, are compelled to follow specific jewish food laws. However, Re Salomone is also dedicated to all discerning non-observant Italian and international food connoisseurs, attracted and intrigued by the unique flavours of jewish food cuisine.

Our philosophy jewish food? Fresh, authentic dishes, lovingly prepared with painstaking attention to detail on a daily basis.

Word of Esther, mother and chef





Our Jewish Food

jewish food

Our menu jewish food features a wide-ranging, diverse offer and is divided into two sections:

On the one hand, Italian food characterized by dishes such as homemade bresaola (slices of raw cured dried beef seasoned with olive oil, pepper and lemon), ravioli di carne al ragù (fresh pasta stuffed with meat and tomato sauce), chicken escalopes in white wine, tiramisù etc.
On the other, jewish food fare featuring sumptuously prepared hors d’oeuvres including humus (a dip made from cooked, mashed chickpeas), taboule (a bulgur salad), falafel (fried chickpea balls), kubbe (deep-fried crispy shells filled with meat and pine nuts)… followed by cous cous, khraimi (seabass in a spicy sauce), machshi (vegetables stuffed with rice and meat) or meat grills such as shish kebab and lamb cutlets; and, as a sweet finale, a glass of soothing mint tea accompanied by baklawa (pyllo dough stacked with honey and pistachio nuts), menena (tartlets filled with dates) and sofra (an almond and semolina cake).

Everything prepared on the spot, in full compliance with the principles of jewish food, which call for high standards of quality and hygiene.

To give you an example, our fruit and vegetables are personally washed by the rabbi who, in strict keeping with jewish food law, eliminates all possible traces of impurities. Though strictly kosher, our cuisine offers a culinary cabaret of fresh, authentic, light dishes that not only have a low calorie content but are also easy to digest.