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every time I come back to Naples I can not miss the visit to my favorite restaurant. Here you can eat the best pizza in town and fresh fish cooked according to tradition. Excellent also the typical Neapolitan sweets. in short, a dip in the...More
A disappointing experience right from the start - we were assigned a table right over a manhole cover which exuded weird odours from time to time. We asked for still water and were given a bottle of sparkling - only realised once we’d opened it!...More
Carmela welcomes you and it feels like home straight away.
You enter a local cosy atmosphere,with plenty of fish based choises, all fresh and locally sourced. It really tastes like just brought from a fishermen boat.
On top, pizza is perfect, always tasty no matter...More
This was the first restaurant we went to as it was at the bottom of the hill from hotel paradiso. Initially they didn’t come across warm perhaps as they didnt speak English but it was ok we got served our food and wow it was...More
I asked for something typical from the area. I was given a semi cold pasta with what was claimed to be bits of sausage. It did not look or taste great and I asked if it should be served cold. It was taken away and...More
We arrived, a family with children, when the restaurant was empty. It was a struggle to order as the waiter and waitress clearly weren't interested in us, or to be more honest didn't look like they were pleased to see us at all.
We were in search for somewhere easy to eat in Naples, stumbled upon this restaurant and it was amazing! The service was great, the food was amazing and it came very fast! It was a great atmosphere! Thanks to our server Boris for being amazing!!
This place was a bit confusing at the beginning. None of the staff speak English, but there's English menus. We had margarita pizzas, the soup they are known for in Naple (mussels and clams in tomato sauce with bread actually soaking up all the soup)....More
I really wonder about some people's reviews...the last few glowed. Are you kidding me? First, there's no no atmosphere here; weak decor and just a TV blaring loud Italian TV shows; no music. Rude service; I didn't get so much as one, 'Grazie,' or, 'Prego,'...More