Via Posil­lipo, 16b/ c, Naples www. palaz­zopetrucci. it

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GRAN GUSTO LA TAV­ERNA DEL BUONGUSTAIO – Sim­ple wooden ta­bles and chairs, wax ta­ble cloths and a low- fuss, white tiled din­ing room. Serves a de­light­ful ar­ray of daily spe­cials. Vico Basilio Puoti, 8. T: 0815512626 LA TAV­ERNA DELL’ARTE – Don Al­fonso re- pro­poses an­cient 17th cen­tury recipes at this pretty, homely restau­rant. Rampe San Gio­vanni Mag­giore, 1. T: 081552758 LE COLONNE – The ideal set­ting for a cui­sine that does not es­cape the chal­lenges of the great dishes of Ital­ian and in­ter­na­tional cui­sine, as well as of­fer­ing typ­i­cal dishes from Cam­pa­nia. Viale G. Douhet, 7, Caserta. T: 0823467494 www. le­colon­nemarziale. it LEON D’ORO – Tra­di­tion, metic­u­lous ser­vice and in­no­va­tion are the key words of its cui­sine. Pi­azza Dante, 48. T: 0815499404 LO­CANDA ‘ NTRETELLA – Set within the heart of the Span­ish District, it tempts din­ers into a warm, typ­i­cally Neapoli­tan at­mos­phere. Salita S. Anna di Palazzo. T: 081427783 www. lo­can­dantretella. it MATTOZZI EUROPEO – Tra­di­tional Neapoli­tan cui­sine since 1930. Not only the finest Mediter­ranean cui­sine and pizza but also cour­te­ous, highly at­ten­tive ser­vice. Via March­ese Cam­podis­ola, 4/ 8. T: 0815521323 www. mat­tozzieu­ropeo. com MIMÌ ALLA FERROVIA – Es­tab­lished in1944 by Emilio Gi­ugliano ( Mimì) and his wife Ida. This no- frills trat­to­ria was for­merly pa­tron­ized by the likes of Totò, De Filippo and Fed­erico Fellini. Via Al­fonso D’Arag­ona, 19/ 21. T: 0815538525 www. mimi­al­la­fer­rovia. it NAPOLI MIA – Wel­com­ing, el­e­gant and low- key: a style re­flected in its cui­sine boast­ing de­lec­ta­ble, mouth wa­ter­ing dishes where no de­tail has been left to chance. Riviera di Chi­aia, 269. T: 0815522266 www. ris­toran­te­napolimia. it OS­TE­RIA LA MATTONELLA – Just one room adorned by long wooden ta­bles and benches. Its walls are cov­ered with old, hand- painted Neapoli­tan tiles. Via Ni­cotera, 13. T: 081416541 ROSIELLO – Founded in1933 by Gel­som­ina Rosiello, its time- hon­oured recipes have been handed down from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion. Via Santo Strato, 10. T: 0815752341 www. ris­toran­terosiello. it

A cake made from short crust pas­try filled with ri­cotta, boiled wheat and can­died fruit. A typ­i­cal Easter spe­cial­ity, it’s so tasty that It can be eaten year- round.

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