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We went on our own walking tour and found this restaurant with a Tripadvisor sticker on it so we felt safe to try it. So happy we went there, i showed the guy (I assume the owner) that I am allergic to tomatoes so he...More
Avoid! Very cheap but disgusting (shrimps), pasta from microwave 😓. They have counted coperta (which is fair enough) but also an additional service charge of 10% for questionable food quality and service - waiter forgot about half of the side orders and tried to make...More
We had a simple dinner and all of the things we ordered were amazing: house white wine, mussels which were sweet, spaghetti with AMAZING tomato sauce and pecorino cheese (and I'm picky when it comes to tomato sauce), and the best babà (very soft and...More
They say, deep fried pizza is the thing to eat in Napoli. Not your most healthy meal option but when in Rome.... this one was delicious. This is not a fancy place but the people are friendly. In for a penny, in for a pound...More
We chose this place on the spur of the moment, and left very content of our choice. Giggino's starter was tasty, and our pizzas were phenomenal. Prices are more than reasonable and the staff is authentically Neapolitan. Worth a try, definitely!
We had an enjoyable meal here, antipasti of various veg dishes, roast veg, a spinach cake, some other greens, followed by pasta and risotto, after which my husband had salsiccia with friarelli and I had a steak. Wiith a bottle of nice wine, and water,...More
Once we found this place on our stay, we kept coming back for dinner here. The food was excellent, moderately priced. The family-owned restaurant has existed for at least 2 generations as long as I've gathered and is named after the current owner's father. The...More