Diva of the local fountain scene, the Fontana dell'Immacolatella is a grand three-arched affair. Known also as the Fontana del Gigante,...
Built by the Normans in the 12th century, Naples’ oldest castle owes its name (Castle of the Egg) to Virgil. The Roman scribe reputedly...
An evocative combo of bobbing boats, seaside dining and cocktail-sipping night owls, the small, rocky Borgo Marinaro is where –...
Turn left down the steps as you walk towards Borgo Marinaro and you’ll find this unpretentious waterfront bar. Grab a beer, plonk...
Trattoria Castel dell'Ovo
While locals dismiss many of the bigger restaurants on Borgo Marinaro as tourist traps, they adore this cheaper, third-generation...
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Lonely Planet review
This elegant-yet-welcoming restaurant has quickly won the respect of Neapolitan gastronomes. Apple of their eye is affable head chef and owner Raffaele Cardillo, whose passion for his region's culinary heritage merges with a knack for subtle, refreshing twists – think gnocchi with fresh mussels, clams, crumbed pistachio, lemon, ginger and garlic.
The degustation menu is good value, while the vino-versed staff will happily guide you towards the perfect Italian drop. Book ahead Thursday to Saturday.