Nice place to eat in busy and loud Naples. We had a great wood-oven baked pizza Margerita, a "Carbonara" and some lasagna. All were great and fresh, especially the pizza which was simply amazing and in low price.
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Visited today at about 2.30pm with my girlfriend. 🍕 was good, coffee was also good but they only had espresso - which was okay for me but not my cappuccino loving girlfriend - the waiter did explain why, which I didn't understand. Also we were...More
We did not book a table but we were seated quickly. We sat upstairs. The waiter was great, nothing was to much trouble. We had pasta which was lovely and dessert was also delicious. The local house red wine is also excellent. Thanks to all...More
Perfect location, just at Piazza del Plebiscito. Not a ristorante, rather a trattoria/ pizzeria Frutti di mare was fresh but not delicious Pizza Rosati was also cosi cosi Not a pricey place, you get what you pay for...
We went here because Brandi, which we'd planned to revisit, is closed on Mondays. Good decision. From the front, it looks like a takeaway but there is a big, bright seating area upstairs. Service was great (the waiter, a big football fan, knew that Aberdeen...More
Just had possibly the best pizza of my life so far, a frutti di mare pizza at Rosati on Via Chiaia in Napoli. I almost couldn't see the pizza for the marvellous seafood piled up on it. Washed down with a pleasant glass of wine,...More
No shortage of pizza places here, of course, but the wood-burning oven visible from the street and a sense that the restaurant had been here forever (plus our fatigue) lured us upstairs to this eatery near the opera and main square. We shared a margherita...More
Just across from our beloved ice cream/coffee stop, Gambrinus, Rosati (Via Chiaia 260) offers what thought we couldn't find in this part of town, namely a reasonably priced but also high quality lunch. My wife thought their pizza was the best she had had in...More