What to eat

Neapolitan cuisine reflects the passionate and vibrant soul of Naples. Its distinctive cuisine is characterized by authentic flavors and fresh ingredients. A culinary tradition combined with an extraordinary passion for raw materials, each dish is a manifestation of love. A feast of colors and scents, not only for the palate but also for the eyes.




Pizza is the most famous and loved dish of the Neapolitan culinary tradition all over the world. Legend about its origin tells that it that pizza maker Raffele Esposito, during a visit to the city by King Umberto I of Savoy, was invited to present something special to the monarchs. He created a pizza topped with tomato, mozzarella and basil; the queen tasting it was delighted and the pizzaiolo decided to baptized it with her, name. True Neapolitan pizza is a triumph of simplicity: its recipe is very simple and involves few ingredients. The dough base to be round is rolled by the skilled hands of the pizzaioli of Naples. La pizza is an example of how a few ingredients, prepared with great skill, create a beloved and timeless dish.



Cuoppo is the highest culinary authenticity in Naples. It is a dish that truly embodies the true essence of the city; in fact, it is to be enjoyed on the street. The king of Neapolitan street food, it embodies the soul of the city. It is a paper cone, hearty and hot, filled with small fritters. Its main feature is that it is served on the street, and is available in numerous stalls scattered around the city. In short, the perfect companion while exploring the picturesque streets of Naples. Its authenticity and flavors make it a hard-to-forget experience.



The sfogliatella is one of the gastronomic wonders of Naples. This dessert is one of the most widely consumed in Naples, with a puff pastry shell and a delicious ricotta filling exists in two versions: curly and shortcrust. Originating in the 18th century in a monastery, the sfogliatella was immediately an incredible success. The sfogliatella is more than just a dessert; it is a symbol of hospitality. Enjoying a sfogliatella in Naples accompanied by a good coffee is a way to immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of a wonderful city.

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