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Absolutely superb quality genuine Italian food. The mozzarella ball starter is delicious and succulent. The pizza is cooked to perfection and not heavy. Been here many times when visiting Naples. Beautiful, thank you
The service was very good, the waiter friendly and made recommendations, he even half and half our pizza as we was sharing! The food was pretty average. The location is horrible sitting in a dirty graffiti tunnel with glass under the table and hoards of...people bustling past.More
Located at Spaccanapoli and near the Port'Alba tunnel, the oldest pizzeria in Napoli (Naples) offers an great experience for customers.
The base/crust are sublime, the sauce is amazing and the rest of the ingredients are very good, meaning the pizzas are great, indeed.
As for...the prices: cherry on top! For 24€, we got two pizzas, a 75cl water bottle and a Coca-Cola. You'd expect something with Antica's tradition would charge much more, but that doesn't happen!
Suggestions: trying to include gluten-free pizzas would be very good (I asked for one, but it was out of reach, of course); the place isn't very friendly for wheelchair users, as the ground-level tables aren't many.More
We had a really good meal there, plenty of options on the menu and really friendly staff. The seafood was very good, Pizza was excellent and in general had a really great experience, would definitely go again!
I excpeted much moore from such an iconic place. The taste of pizza was bad, the quality of the tomato sauce poore, blend, no taste. It came cold to the table and it was not crowded. I don't recomend it.
My partner and I ate here back in November of 2021 and had a great experience. The pizza was great! The dough was amazing, fresh, crispy, chewy and had a nice char. We had a pizza, fries and two drinks for around 15 euro. The...service was also very good and friendly! Would love to return one day!More
I am actually surprised by the negative reviews I read on here. I think perhaps people are expecting service like they would get in America; not Europe, and maybe pizza similar to regular take out spots. I’m reality, This place was fantastic. The pizza was...great, typical Neapolitan style, the service was fantastic . Lelo, our server, was so funny and recommended fantastic dishes for us to try. We had a great experience!More
Very good pizza . Friendly helpful staff. Great wine selection , fairly priced if you stick to Campania region. The Aglianico red and Falanghina white were superb
Ask to sit downstairs where you can see the kitchen at work. Upstairs is a bit soulless. The...covered outdoor space is bounded by a busy passageway and graffiti covered wallsMore
We looked for a good pasta and we haven’t been disappointed. Staff is very nice, especially the young guy with the hat, expect the waitress. Anyway: Pasta is very nice, especially because you can taste the high quality ingredients (tomatoes from vesuv mhhhmmmm). Pizza is...nice too, but to be honest, it’s not easy to find a bad pizza in this city. Prices not cheap, but not expensive. Two people with wine, water, main dish and 2 antipasti about 50€. Can totally recommend.More
When you come to the city that invented pizza, you need to visit the oldest pizzeria in the world. I did this I ordered the Sapporo de Profumo d’amalfi which had yellow cherry tomatoes, Buffalo mozzarella basil , capers, and olive oil on top of...a tomatoes sauce. It was a party in the mouth with every bite. I highly recommend!More
A lot of well known pizza restaurants in Naples are already packed ay 18:00. Luckily this one has outdoor seating which in these COVID-times is the preferred option. Located in a touristy area it's easy to miss with a small entrance and tables opposite.
Service...was efficient, showing up when required and giving some useful tips when asking about the menu. Pizzas were the usual high quality, good value and the other non-pizza ietms we ordered were pretty good mainly becuase of the good quality ingredients.More
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It is not possible to book in advance in which is widely believed to be the world's first pizzeria. There is a waiter, a doorman at the entrance giving tickets with numbers and asking how many you are. The waiting time is... More
It is not possible to book in advance in which is widely believed to be the world's first pizzeria. There is a waiter, a doorman at the entrance giving tickets with numbers and asking how many you are. The waiting time is 30-40 minutes.