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Naples Food Guide

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Naples (Napoli) is the birth place of pizza.

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Updated: 17th April, 2019
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Gino e Toto Sorbillo

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"I loved the experience of Sorbillo. It's a perfect mixture of incredible pizza, lots of choice, delicious wine and great atmosphere."

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L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"We arrived at 3.30pm on a Tuesday afternoon, assuming it would be a quiet time for this hugely popular (especially since "Eat, Prey, Love" filmed a scene here) restaurant, but we still had wait an hour for a table. Go to the front, grab yourself a numbered ticket and wait for your number to be called."

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50 Kalò

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"I went for lunch and was able to sit outside immediately, although the service was a little slow."

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Starita

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"I went for lunch on a slightly wet Thursday and was seated immediately and had a pizza in front of me only a few minutes later. I imagine at peak times you will have to wait as it's one of the highest rated pizzerias in Naples."

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Di Matteo

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"From the street it looks like a take-away street food kiosk only, but if you want in and through the kitchen to the left, you find the restaurant, most of which is upstairs. It's a simple and relaxed restaurant compared to most of the popular options."

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Pizzeria Concettina ai Tre Santi

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"I arrived at about 10.30pm on a Friday night, hoping it was late enough to get in easily. Instead there was a large crowd gathered outside and when I put my name down, despite only being one person, I was told the wait would still be an hour."

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Pizzeria Da Attilio

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"One of the very few times I've strayed from the classic pizzas, I was tempted by the two specialities here. The first is Pizza Attilio and is split in to nine different slices with toppings chosen by the chef."

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Spiedo d'Oro Snc di Manzo Maria

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"This local lunch spot was recommended to me by the manager of my hostel. Unfortunately I arrived too early for the pasta (which was due out just after midday) but I enjoyed the cuttlefish with green peas and a roast vegetable mix."

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Libreria Berisio

ITALIAN BAR

"A really great cocktail bar in a library. Huge menu for a pretty good price (5-7 euros, I think) but I went off-menu a couple of times and just asked the cocktail-maker to make me something and I listed some of my favourite ingredients."

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Pizzaria La Notizia

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"Coccia actively ‘holds court’ among the guests who sit ‘cheek to jowl’ in La Notizia’s whimsically decorated dining room. The pizzas are amazing, featuring great Neapolitan pizza dough and some of the finest local ingredients from Campania like bright yellow piennolo tomatoes and strutto, a local lardo."

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Pasticceria Poppella

ITALIAN DESSERT

"Apparently amazing bakery, especially for the snowball."

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Salvo Pizzaioli

ITALIAN RESTAURANT

"To serve truly great Neapolitan pizza to 200 people at a time brothers Francesco and Salvatore Salvo procure the best information and ingredients available. When the third-generation pizzaioli are not analyzing how flour, yeast, temperature, and maybe 20 other variables affect the dough, they’re nurturing lasting relationships with the best suppliers."

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Sfogliatelab

ITALIAN DESSERT

"In Naples there’s always something new to try, as our bakers definitely like to spoil us. Because two sfogliatella versions weren’t enough, a pastry shop has invented a new variation on the theme that has immediately gone viral on the net… and in every other shop."

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Pasticceria Poppella

ITALIAN DESSERT (NOT VISITED)

"For the snowflake cake."

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Perditempo

ITALIAN BAR (NOT VISITED)

"Apparently a great bar."

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La Masardona

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"La Masardona has been specialising in deep-fried calzoni since the 1930s, when head chef Enzo Piccirillo’s family began selling them to hungry market labourers heading home from work. Intriguingly, the pizzeria is named after a formidable female forebear of Piccirillo’s, whose job as “La Masardona” was to deliver secret messages verbally between revolutionaries."

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Pizzeria De' Figliole

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Located in the Forcella district, Pizzeria d’è Figliole is perhaps the most famous street-food option in Naples. It specializes in fried pizza."

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Pizzeria Carminiello

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Well and truly off the beaten track, in the northern outskirts of the city, Carminiello is as famous for its selection of freshly fried treats as its pizza: battered sliced aubergine, croquettes and rice arancini piled up behind the glass counter at the entrance. Just beyond the airport but without a tourist in sight, it makes for the perfect last pizza in Naples before getting on the plane home."

— The Guardian"

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Pizzaria La Notizia 94

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Coccia actively ‘holds court’ among the guests who sit ‘cheek to jowl’ in La Notizia’s whimsically decorated dining room. The pizzas are amazing, featuring great Neapolitan pizza dough and some of the finest local ingredients from Campania like bright yellow piennolo tomatoes and strutto, a local lardo."

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Trattoria Da Nennella

ITALIAN BAR (NOT VISITED)

"Lively bar which was recommended to me."

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Pizzeria Tutino dal 1935

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Pizza portafoglio is the Neapolitan solution to pizza without queuing: it translates as wallet-shaped pizza, and is relatively small, folded into quarters and served from the restaurant window wrapped in brown paper for hungry passersby. The Tutino family have been making pizza for five generations and keep no fewer than three wood-fired ovens blazing to keep up with demand."

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Pizzeria Ristorante Gorizia 1916

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Gorizia 1916 is in the wealthy Vomero neighbourhood and is something of an institution. Family run for over a century, it famously remained open throughout both world wars and has been a pillar of the community ever since."

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Pizzeria Fratelli Cafasso

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"If you are heading to a football match at the Stadio San Paolo in Fuorigrotta (Napoli’s home ground), it would be inexcusable to miss out on a pre-game visit to Fratelli Cafasso, run by one of the great pizza-making families in the city. The Cafasso brothers make traditional mouth-watering pizza served a little smaller than usual, meaning you won’t be too lethargic to sing through the litany of chants expected of you at the match."

— The Guardian"

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Pizzeria Oliva da Carla e Salvatore

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Salvatore and Carla are La Sanità’s golden couple. He was the son of the prized pizza chef Ciro Oliva and she was the pretty, well to-do daughter of the famous neighbourhood tailor Angelo O’ Sarto."

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Pizzeria Brandi

ITALIAN RESTAURANT (NOT VISITED)

"Birth place of the pizza margherita in 1889."

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