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Big and tasty pizzas; a lot of choice on the menu;
one of the few eating places with enough seating places inside;
cheap! (eg a liquor for 1,50 € !!!);
One minus: no background music.it would add to the atmosphere!
You go to Naples. You want to try the pizza. You want good pizza. Maybe you want to try the traditional, a simple margarita or marinara, or maybe you want to try something unusual (long list, including some version of chef's whim). You can order...other food, but why would you? There are many, many excellent pizzerias in Naples. And be assured that this is one of them, and for some, it is their favorite (a subject of fierce debate). Sometimes there is a waiting line and people sitting on benches outside, sometimes not. When I dined, it was a mix of Italian students, couples and families along with some foreign tourists, like me. There are more crowded places on the Via Tribunali. Who is to say which is better, which is the best? I loved the savory sweet flavors of the pizza marinara - just tomato sauce, some fresh basil and roasted garlic and a delicious yeasty complex toasty dough. Order, savor and enjoy. I did. Service was reasonably attentive and friendly for a pizza joint where some people linger and others come and go quickly.More
As many others we come for sorbillo pizza but as we were so hungry we couldn't wait such a long time(cue for at least 30min) so we opt for unknow pizza restaurant close by. We were super happy about the service, very kind waiter(young lady)...and the most important of course the pizza. Very delicious. I recommend.More
I scheduled a day trip to Naples for 2 reasons. 1) Visit the Archeological Museum, 2) Walk through the city and sample famous Neopolitan pizza along the way. When we got to Sorbillo, a first choice, the line was too long even by early afternoon....So another choice, further along was Decumani. We got in after a short wait. Ordered the Vegetable Frites, which turned out to be the best thing, and a Napoli pizza. The pizza, while OK, was not the magical experience I had expected. In the end, I found the best pizza in Italy near where I was staying in Rome. Same wood fired crust, but thin, with wonderful ingredients. Service was fine.More
We were starving and originally were planning on going to sorbillo but it was that packet we couldn’t get in so this was our second choice, but we did not regret it! We got seated straight away and our waitress was helpful even though she...spoke little english. It was coming near to when they were closing so there wasn’t too many people coming in. We had the diavola and the pizza was massive! And definitely filled my family and I up ridiculously! We couldn’t ask for the bill straight away as the chefs and waiters were having their dinner but it didn’t bother us. The toilets aren’t the nicest as-well; which also didn’t bother us. This place is a hidden gem!More
In the home of pizza I just had to try one and thankfully chose a delightful place to accommodate my pizza fix. The pizza I had came with pepperoni, basil and mozzarella and was very delicious. However, it was a little burnt round the edges....The service wasn’t that great as we were about to pay but the whole staff sat down to eat a meal. Nonetheless, the pizza tasted great.More