Ate here today with a group of Italian, British and American friends. The atmosphere and view in the enclosed outdoor area right on the beach is great, and the restaurant was nice inside (sounds nutty, but you get used to vanished toilet seats here in Napoli -- Garibaldi's bagno has one!). The antipasti were very good, especially the fish polpettine and the tonno con fagiolini. The linguine ai frutti di mare was also very good, although I like a little heat, and they use no peperoncino in theirs (we asked for some). Impepata di cozze and calamari fritti were both well executed. Problem is, even with the great location and all the wine we drank, this food should not cost 55 euro a head! I've had food as good for 40 in Marechiaro, and expected no more than 45 here. Garibaldi is worth a visit, but becoming a regular would be too expensive to be worth it.
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