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Restaurants and Pizzerias in Naples by Gazettr

 

Ristorante-Pizzeria Poseidone
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Poseidone has ample seating right on the promenade. The fish is memorable, the recipes interesting, the setting lovely and the service genuinely charming. The dish that combines mussels (when in season) and aubergine is a highlight; mixed fried fish served up in a full-size edible cornucopia is another. Don't miss ...

Pizzeria Trianon
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This palatial pizzeria is a Neapolitan institution dating from 1923, with marble tabletops, faded frescoes, and fantastic pizza for next to nothing. It's practically across the street from Da Michele: one big difference is that there is never a queue here, since it accommodates 450; the other is that there's ...

Pizzeria Pellone al Vasto
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A short walk from the station, the fiercely popular Pellone is very much a neighbourhood pizzeria: queues are immense in the evenings, although a recent extension on Via Bari has improved matters slightly. A vast oil painting of the Bay of Naples dominates the entrance to the dining room. The ...

Friggitoria-Pizzeria Giuliano
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Probably the best pizzette (snack-sized pizza) in town: the ripieno and the margherita are exceptional. Potato croquettes and zeppole (deep-fried dough balls) are crisp and fresh.

Di Matteo
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The decor may be unimpressive, but the pizzas are fabulous at this highly popular establishment. Di Matteo is one of the few places where ripieno fritto (fried calzone pizza) is to be recommended. Delicious deep-fried bits and pieces (frittura) can be nibbled to keep hunger at bay while you wait; ...

Da Michele
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A seriously minimalist traditional pizzeria, Da Michele serves two types of pizza (margherita or marinara), beer, Coca-Cola and water. Service is friendly and fast, and the pizze are enormous, delicious and unbelievably cheap. Take a number at the door before joining the queue, and marvel at the theatrical pizzaiolo, staff ...

Ciro a Santa Brigida
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Set on two floors (head upstairs for a seat overlooking the street; if you strain you can see Vesuvius), Ciro has a huge list of contorni to choose from. The choice depends on the season: carciofi (artichokes), scarola (lettuce) or aubergine, perhaps; note that you may be charged for a ...

Al Faretto
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Away from the hustle and bustle, with a terrific terrace overlooking the bay, this understatedly posh establishment is perfect for a romantic candlelit dinner. It also delivers in terms of what's on the plate, thanks to its upmarket, classic cuisine. The mozzarella is mouth-watering, the seafood pastas and fish first-rate. ...

Pizzeria Sorbillo
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Sorbillo is one of the best pizzeria you can find. It is an inexpensive place with huge queues. Don't be deterred: the turnover is often remarkably quick!

http://www.sorbillo.eu/

Antica Trattoria da Carmine
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This serviceable trattoria's strong suit is that it is open on Sunday. Located near San Lorenzo Maggiore, one of the most ancient churches in Naples, it serves up traditional staples like pasta, patate e provola. The beef fillet (filetto a modo nostro) comes on a bread bed with rocket, cherry ...

Il Garum
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This well-regarded osteria has tables outside on the lovely Piazza Monteoliveto. The chef creates Neapolitan cuisine with innovative touches, sometimes adding the namesake garum - a spice made from fish to an ancient Roman recipe. The lunch menu is great value for money, and staff are cheery.

La Taverna del Buongustaio
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It's easy to miss this excellent trattoria, which is hidden down a side street that's crisscrossed with washing lines. The white tiled walls give the impression of being in somebody's kitchen, and the food is akin to homecooking. Don't expect a written menu; instead, the waiter rattles off a list ...

La Stanza del Gusto
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This unique double locale is dedicated to innovative culinary riffs on Campanian cuisine, conceived by flamboyant chef Mario Avallone. A move to new multilevel digs has resulted in a new ground-floor cheese bar, which serves soups, salads, sformati (quiches) and a paprika-laced burger, along with a fine array of cheeses. ...

Mimì alla Ferrovia
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A location by the law courts means plenty of celebrities and bigwigs have eaten at this restaurant; it's also the perfect foil to the chaos of nearby Piazza Garibaldi. Feast on platter after platter of tempting seafood, or eat a simple bowl of pasta or a good steak for only ...

Timpani e Tempura
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This place mainly does takeaways, and specialises in delicious, traditional dishes sold by the kilo such as timballi and sartù di riso (baked pasta and rice dishes); a generous portion costs around €3.50. It also serves good wine by the glass.

http://www.timpanietempura.it/

Trattoria La Campagnola
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With tables on the square and inside, past a TV room-cum-bar populated by local ancients, this unpretentious place attracts a wide spectrum of customers. Students, families and business people all come to enjoy the same thing - genuine Neapolitan cuisine at honest prices. There's a full menu, but the daily ...

Un Sorriso Integrale
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This longstanding bastion of macrobiotic cuisine with a Mediterranean bent is tucked away in a quiet courtyard just off Piazza Bellini. Modestly priced, it's popular with students and has a friendly vibe at its communal tables. The daily mixed platter special is fresh and wholesome; after lunch, stock up on ...

La Bersagliera
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A little jewel of the belle époque, La Bersagliera is filled with sepia photos and has a fine view of the harbour. Attracting a sophisticated clientele, it serves predominantly fish-based cuisine: try the house speciality of mussel and clam soup, the taglierini alla Bersagliera (fine ribbon pasta with baby octopus, ...

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