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I guess that you either LOVE this place, or you hate it...
We loved it!! True, the service maybe a little slow, because it's family run there're just Fabio and his partner in the front, and it's packed with dinners at meal time. But though...More
This place came highly recommended by a friend of a friend but was very disappointing. There is no menu (and thus no prices, of which more later), not really any staff, and no atmosphere. We ate seafood and then fish, the former piquant to the...More
I've lived in Naples for about 2 years and eaten out more times than I can count at a bunch of amazing places. Osteria Partenope really takes the cake as my favorite restaurant in the whole city. Between the warm service provided by Fabio and...More
Had a wonderful dinner enjoying local dishes and wines. One dish was a delicious red fish enjoyed with muscles and favorite pasta dishes. The service was great and very personal. Recommended stop while in Naples.
This is a tiny hidden restaurant with only a handful of tables. It is not fancy looking and I was skeptical at first. I was even more skeptical when I asked them to recommend whatever was most fresh that day, and the answer came back...More
My husband and I have been staying in Naples and taking day trips to surrounding cities. We have fallen in love with Naples, the food, and the people. Osteria Partenope is hands down the best pasta and service we have come across in Southern Italy!...More
Osteria Partenope is known for its delicious traditional Napolitenean cuisine. This family run excellent restaurant prepares local specialities and has a wide selection of high quality wines from the region. The authentic atmosphere and personal hospitality and kindness make locals as well as travellers coming...More
Partenope is hidden in a tiny passage in Via Cimarosa. We received a tip about this place from Danilo Marra who owns the wine shop L'Enoteca. Fabio, who welcomed us, was very helpful in describing the different dishes and in choosing the right wine. All...More
This little restaurant serves delicious food. Had the deep fried cod ( fish was fresh, crispy outside and moist inside) and the linguine pesce bandiera olive e capperi . The linguine was finger licking good. Only got to taste these delicious food on my third...More