This is really for Squisitezze - the downstairs ‘cheesebar’, but with full meal choices too (La Stanza is the ‘full service’ upstairs); neither are large and can get crowded – book or go earlyish. We ate downstairs in the more informal Squisitezze (though neither are really formal) twice, the first time having the ‘cheese and ham’ platter plus glasses of wine and dessert, the second a full meal (though shared both starter and dessert, both large enough to do that) with a bottle of wine and coffee.
The decor is interestingly non-traditional, in some ways reminiscent of an old- style French café, and the food not typically Neapolitan (and fine for that). Ingredients are, though, Italian and both fresh and well chosen; many items are well made but different takes on traditional menu items (e.g. try the Birramisu – tiramisu with beer). We thought service was very good and the waiters friendly and funny.
Prices are on the high side (especially vs. pizza and a beer), e.g. the second meal above was 74 Euros for 2. We enjoyed it enough to go back but it is a little overpriced.
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