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A nice place to have lunch with friends in a sunny and warm day in Naples, while getting lost in the Old Town. The staff was nice and the food tasty, as one would expect in Naples. I had the seafood Scialatielli and they were...More
We were advised to eat at Campagnola, however we discovered that there are two places named nearly identically - "Trattoria La Campagnola" and "Trattoria Enoteca la Campagnola", quite close to each other as well. Long story short - this is not the one we were...More
Sunday afternoon, at the invitation of our guide Assunta Alloca, we stopped at the terrace of Campagnola, piazzetta Nilo, Nappoli.
Under the spring sun, we enjoyed a country meal with local flavors,
We liked a typical Neapolitan assortment: mozzarella in carrozza, panzarotto, frittelle di alghe....More
The staff was efficient and the location is perfect, but the kitchen is a total disaster. Very poor quality raw material, both vegetables and fish, and very expensive for this quality. Only tourists were sitting there, not locals.
We didn’t know where to have dinner and asked the shop owner and she told us about this restaurant (be aware there is more than one in the area, so make sure you get the one).
It was a good thing we pre booked in...More
Relaxed dinner hosted by a local friend and long time resident of the neighborhood. Relatively small restaurant in the old historic center. Casual setting offered terrific food and friendly service. It didn't seem to matter whether local or tourist, every table appeared to enjoy the...More
The restaurant was packed when we arrived and they did not have any tables open. The owner asked if we minded if he brought in a small plastic table for the two of us from outside. We agreed. He put out the table cloth and...More
We were walking along the Centro Historico's main street Spaccanapoli, when a man approached us to have dinner at his place. Usually I don't go for this, but we agreed for once.
We sat inside in a pretty ugly place, half a store-room next to...More