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Trattoria San Ferdinando information
Hung with theatre posters, cosy San Ferdinando pulls in well-spoken theatre types and intellectuals. For a Neapolitan taste trip, ask for a rundown of the day's antipasti and choose your favourites for an antipasto misto (mixed antipasto). Seafood standouts include a delicate seppia ripieno (stuffed squid), while the homemade desserts make for a satisfying dénouement.