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Pizzeria Tutino dal 1935


"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. Pick up a delectable pizza portafoglio from Tutino’s as sustenance before a wander through the unruly Porta Nolana street market."

— The Guardian