Destination NaplesDestination Naples

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

The Neapolitans consider their cuisine to be one of the world’s best. Are they right? You will only know this after you have tasted a real pizza, various kinds of pasta with a tomato or meat ragu or fish, or the typical little cakes (babà and sfogliatella). Neapolitan cuisine consists of basic ingredients such as oil, pecorino cheese, tomato ragu and fragrant herbs.

Ristorante Mimì alla ferrovia

This vibrant fish restaurant has much in common with a Paris brasserie. It is stylish and has a good wine list.
Address: Via Alfonso d’Aragona 19

Ristorante Ciro

This traditional restaurant lies by the water and at the foot of Castel dell'Ovo. Recommended dishes: fish starter, vermicelli with clams and courgettes, fish risotto.
Address: Via Luculliana, 29/30

La Taverna del Buongustaio

A fine tavern with simple, tasty dishes in a small but pleasant space.
Address: Via Basilio Puoti 8

Pizzeria Cafasso

All Neapolitans have their favourite pizzeria but they regularly return to Cafasso and Pellone. Simple, like all true pizzerias.
Address: Via Giulio cesare, 156

Gambrinus

The most fashionable and oldest café in Naples. You can find Naples’ best espressos here.
Address: Via Chiaia, 1-2 (Piazza Trieste e Trento)

Moccia

A satisfying Neapolitan cake shop. If you are in the neighbourhood of San Pasquale a Chiaia, you need merely follow the enticing smells. You can enjoy tasty sfogliatella, brioches, mini-pizzas and tarts with cream here.
Address: Via S. Pasquale a Chiaia

Pintauro

Here, too, you can taste real sfogliatella.
Address: Via Toledo 275

La Dolce Sicilia

An excellent Sicilian pastry shop.
Address: Via S. Pasquale a Chiaia, 1

Aret’ A’ Palm

A dark room with a long marble bar and mirrored walls that remind you more of Paris than Naples. Recommended especially for young people. In the summer you can eat alfresco on the Piazza S. Maria La Nova.
Address: Piazza S. Maria La Nova, 14

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