It wasn't really "poor," but with so much good seafood in Pozzuoli, let alone Napoli, it doesn't qualify as "average" by local standards. I had been wanting to try Fish and Fruit for a long time - the fishmarket by day, restaurant by night sounded really good. The plastic plates and forks on stainless steel tables were a hopeful sign that maybe this was a "crab shack" style find with quality fish. No dice. The raw seafood antipasti, which you cannot find in all Neapolitan restaurants (and thus was another good sign), was just average. The seafood risotto was below average, and seemed almost like instant rice. The fried calamari was chewy and probably frozen. I have rethought the market-into-restaurant idea: if you sell all the good fish during the day, maybe you don't have any left to cook at night. I won't go back.
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