Tiramisu Ristorante


The legendary Roman Jewish Cuisine brought from Rome to Manhattan and the Delaware Valley Region by the chef and restaurateur Alberto Delbello and his legacy continued by his younger brother Shawn Delbello in Main Line. The family has served the Delaware Valley Region for 35 years and NY Region for 50 years. This cuisine is designed for a developed palate - from sea beasts to wild game, homemade pastas, soups, breads, and delectable desserts to name a few. Chef Shawn Delbello will take you on an experience through Rome, Italy while tasting classical Roman-Jewish cuisine. Let our master chef delight you with a true Italian meal; each dish a careful blend of taste and presentation.


Chef’s Favorites —


Carciofi Alla Giudea

Roman Jewish artichokes cooked in olive oil


Carpaccio Di Manzo

Thinly sliced filet mignon over arugula


Fettuccine con Tartufo

Homemade pasta with truffles and light cream


Vitello con Porcini

Scaloppine of veal with Porcini mushrooms, Marsala wine & black truffles


Pollo Romano

Boneless chunks of chicken, plum tomatoes, peppers, capers, and olives


Calamari Alla Griglia

Grilled calamari with fresh herbs

View Our Full Menu — 

4.8/5 stars


For any ‘foodie,’ DelBello definitely has a family tree worth climbing. His ancestors have lived in the Jewish ghetto of Rome for more than 2,000 years... If restaurant families, like wine, get better with age, then the DelBellos should be the Rothschilds of Italian cuisine
— Len Lear, Pleasures of the Palate
The paper-thin scallopini of veal was melt-in-your-mouth tender, enhanced by a velvety sauce made with Marsala wine and black truffles. Served with a cushiony triangle of truffle-scented polenta and fresh vegetables, it was a memorable dish.
— Beth Ceccarelli, Main Line Today
I’ve been to Italy many times and find Tiramisu’s food just as it is in Rome... you actually feel like you’re there (but it’s much closer).
— Adam Cohen
One of my happy places...the artichokes are just decadent, - yes really, decadent veggies. The steak with the lovely mushroom sauce is possibly my favorite, but I’ve never had anything that was less than excellent. Would go every week if my waistline could afford it.
— Anne M.


720 Lancaster Ave
Berwyn, PA 19312



Tue – Fri, 12 pm – 3 pm

Sun – Thu, 4 pm – 9 pm
Fri – Sat, 4 pm – 10 pm

BYOB Sun-Thurs (except holidays) ($5 corkage fee)

Full bar and Italian wines




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