On the recommendation of our concierge we went to this restaurant. It is just over the bridge from Via Ciaia, and somewhat difficult to find. It is a small place with room for about 30. We were the only two at around 2pm. We did not see any salads on the menu but they made us a caprese salad and it was very good. We also had fried calamari and spaghetti with olives and capers, and an eggplant ragout. The dishes were good, not great. The calamari was chewy but nicely battered. The bags of dried pasta you can see in the kitchen from your table suggest they do not make their own. We found the price of wine high. We also felt confused with the bill and took it back to our concierge to interpret. Turns out we were charge 3 euros for sitting at the table and 3.50 euro for service. We are used to paying a tip back home but it is not typical in Italy. We couldn't even ask the waitress what the charges were for because we don't speak Italian. So it seemed odd as we have not had this happen elsewhere (a table sitting and service charge). Napoli is a city where you feel a strange tension as a tourist. I wouldn't go back to this restaurant because I found our bill of 40 euro's high for what we got.
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