Where Naples Coast & Islands - - Dining -

AN­TICA OS­TE­RIA DA TONINO – Heir­loom os­te­ria fea­tur­ing a wood in­te­rior, a wall cov­ered with celebrity pho­tos and sim­ple home cook­ing. Via Santa Teresa a Chi­aia, 47. T: 081421533 ‘A TAV­ERNA DO RE – Francesco Par­rella up­grades tra­di­tional favourites while en­sur­ing that they re­tain all of their orig­i­nal flavours. Fondo Sup­por­t­ico di Separazione, 2/3. T: 0815522424 CANTINA SAN TEODORO – Owned by Mimmo Alba, this small cor­ner of par­adise boasts just five ta­bles. Flavours from Si­cily and Cam­pa­nia com­bine to cre­ate dishes boast­ing a unique, inim­itable flavour. Vico Satriano, 12. T: 08118990558 www. canti­nas­an­ CIRO A SANTA BRIGIDA – An el­e­gant, wel­com­ing restau­rant. One of the most iconic restaurants in Naples. Via Santa Brigida, 71/73. T: 0815524072 www.ciroas­antab­ CRU…Do RÈ – The art of raw fish. Its in­te­ri­ors are in­spired by the ma­rine world. Pi­azza Vit­to­ria, 11/12. T: 0817645295 DA ETTORE – Since 1914, this epic

trat­to­ria has been serv­ing clas­sic

Neapoli­tan fare. Via Gen­naro Serra, 39. T: 0817643578

ECOMESARÀ – An ar­ray of tan­ta­liz­ing, sought-af­ter dishes and a wel­com­ing am­bi­ence com­bine to make din­ers feel com­pletely at home. Via S. Chiara, 49. T: 08119259353 www. ecome­sararis­

IL CELLAIO – The ideal spot to eat high-qual­ity meat, savour fine wines and dis­cover sought-af­ter cheeses. Via Carlo Po­e­rio, 54. T: 0817641380­cel­

LA CAM­PAG­NOLA – Typ­i­cal Neapoli­tan cui­sine since1946. De­signed to seat up to about 50 din­ers, it has been spruced up with lo­cal art and of­fers a num­ber of li­plick­ing pasta dishes. Via Tri­bunali, 47. T: 081459034

LA CAN­TINELLA – Founded in 1976 by Gior­gio Rosolino, its name has be­come a by­word with gour­mands in the know. Via Cuma, 42, Santa Lu­cia. T: 0817648684 www. la­can­

LA CHI­TARRA – A dozen ta­bles, ter­ra­cotta floor­ing, a gui­tar on the wall and a warm wel­com­ing at­mos­phere. This cosy os­te­ria dishes up tra­di­tional food pre­pared with lo­cal, strictly sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents. Rampe San Gio­vanni Mag­giore, 1 b. T: 081 5529103 www.os­te­ri­ala­chi­

LA STANZA DEL GUSTO – Quirky, brightly-coloured ta­bles and chairs dec­o­rate the din­ing room whose walls are cov­ered with large black­boards fea­tur­ing fa­mous quotes and thoughts for the day. Via Costanti­nop­oli, 100 T: 081401578 www.las­tan­zadel­

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

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. lo­can­

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.mimi­al­la­fer­

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. ris­toran­te­

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 time­honoured recipes have been handed down from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion. Via Santo Strato, 10. T: 0815752341 www.ris­toran­

TER­RAZZA CAL­ABRITTO – A notto-be-missed ex­pe­ri­ence: au­then­tic dishes and flavours fur­ther en­hanced by one of the most beau­ti­ful views in Italy. Pi­azza Vit­to­ria, 1. T: 0812405188 www.ter­raz­za­cal­

TRAT­TO­RIA DELL’OCA – Re­fined yet re­laxed, this wel­com­ing trat­to­ria cel­e­brates beau­ti­fully cooked clas­sics up­graded with an in­no­va­tive twist. Via Santa Teresa a Chi­aia, 11. T: 081414865 www.trat­to­ri­adel­

UM­BERTO – Since 1916 Um­berto has of­fered din­ers a rich, var­ied menu and a warm, homely at­mos­phere. Via Alabardieri, 30. T: 081418555 www. um­

VALÙ – Stand­outs at this charm­ing, low-key restau­rant fea­tur­ing soft light­ing and live mu­sic are char­grilled meat, risotto and an as­tute se­lec­tion of fine wines. Vico Lungo del Gelso, 80. T: 0810381139

VER­I­TAS RESTAU­RANT – Only serves prod­ucts of Cam­pa­nian ori­gin. Corso Vit­to­rio Emanuele, 141. T: 081660585 www.ver­i­tas­restau­

ZI’ TERESA – Fres­coed walls and an­cient ma­jolica-tiled floors. This de­light­ful venue boasts an evoca­tive

ter­race over­look­ing the wharf of Santa Lu­cia. Via Borgo Mari­nari, 1. T: 0817642565 www.

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