The first pizzerias were born in Naples and until the mid-19th century, pizza became an exclusive product of Naples and its pizzerias.

The most popular pizzas are “Marinara”, created in 1734, and “Margherita”, created in 1796-1810, as a gift to the Italian queen during her visit to Naples in 1889.Caputo flour, San Marzano tomatoes, Fior di Latte mozzarella, fresh basil , homemade olive oil, are the basic ingredients of our pizzas.

Neapolitans traditionally eat their pizza uncut in the “libretto” style, which means folded like a book.

Pizza Fritta is one of the most famous recipes of the Neapolitan culinary tradition, where it is known as the “pizza of the people”. The dish as a humble peasant origin, filled with original ingredients of Naples, is a real treat. Due to the fast frying at high temperature, Pizza Fritta does not become too thick, but only crunchy, while retaining wonderful flavors, even if it is waiting for delivery to the final destination.

As a real street food, you can also enjoy it on the go.

The only thing left for you to do is indulge in the tastes of the streets of Naples