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This is your first full day in Naples. (You had the required “just landed” pizza Neapolitana last night! Good for you.) But today? You’re still jet lagged. You need comfort food for lunch. So you head to Via Pignasecca and its mercatino. You’ve heard that...More
a small Trattoria with excellent food - great antipasti, we had melanzani and an excellent octupis sald, but the hous specialty is trippa, large thick chunks of tripes and bull testicles, served in a thick, intense tomato sauce, topped with parmesan cheese .... not for...More
We thought the place could be a decent restaurant to eat some nice typical "tripe". It looked "authentic" with animal these vowels hanging in a funny way... what a mistake!
The place is really like an old bar with dirty plastic tablecloths. There was a...More
This restaurant is a must to visit for those offal lovers but if u're not that's OK because they have seafood options too as I don't like any types of offal but my husband is a big fan so it's a win win for both...More
The food was amazing. It's humble interiors doesn't count for the quality of food and its price (we only had seafood here). The waitress was very patient and attentive to us since we didn't speak Italian. They also have an English menu. Highly recommended for...More
Our wonderful meal cost us only 27 Euros. There are handwritten menus in Italian and English. We had a portion of cold artichokes and one of broccoli with garlic cooked to perfection plus tripe in tomato sauce with chilli and spaghetti with anchovies, cherry tomatoes,...More
It's so easy to walk past this little place, you see a doorway and a glass window containing different types of tripe.
I noticed the sign saying they served food as well, including my wife's favourite...... pasta, patatas e provela, so decided to try them....More
For me this is the best meal in Napoli, I prefer it over Michelin starred restaurants. It is truly la cucina povera and just delicious! Don't miss it for lunch or dinner, you will return again and again as I have.