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Naples: Anema e cozze

Via Partenope, 15/18 , Phone: 0812400001


Reviewed by: RichardLS from USA, review #3117

When: 2008

Magnificent all around.

The restaurant is located on the Bay and on the busy downtown street. It is a large restaurant with many waitstaff attired in black and white. We were greeted at the door by the owner who happened to be the brother of our driver. There were four of us. We were greeted by a friendly waiter and seated.

We looked around the dining room and it was beautifully decorated in bright colors and handcrafted chandeliers made of copper and in shapes of giant lobsters. There was a bar and many bottles of wine displayed. The decor was ultra modern, nautical in theme, and clean and bright.

There was an outside dining area where you could enjoy the view of the bay and the promenade across the street.

The menu had a large variety of Napoli pizzas, fish dishes, pastas, and meats. Salads and fruits also were displayed in a case. Two of us had pizzas and one had a beef filet and salad and 1 had ravioli and salad. We had wine and water. We all tasted the filet and ravioli. It was delicious. The salads were fresh and large.

Our pizzas were 6 euros each. The owner came to the table and told us we were his guests and he complimented our entire meal. He said welcome to Naples and please return someday. He was very gracious and proud of his wonderful restaurant. We hope to return one day.

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