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Starita

Recomendado por 100 habitantes del lugar · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·

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Davide
Davide
March 4, 2020
The BEST piazza in Napoli. Don't miss the Marinara Starita or Montanara Starira; They are two incredible pizzas!
Alessandra
Alessandra
November 17, 2019
The best pizza in Naples! Try a selection of the little deep-fried starters, you can order per piece, particularly the stuffed zucchini flower. Pizzas are simply amazing. For dessert, its specialty of fried dough balls dripping in warm Nutella is a must.
Lucio
Lucio
November 3, 2019
Great pizza. Montanara and stuffed pumpkin flowers are amazing. Moreover you can also order and receive food comfortably at B&B (in pizzeria it is even better) using Uber Eats.
Steffan
Steffan
July 22, 2019
Their fried dough + tomato salads are to die for.
Francesco
Francesco
April 12, 2019
One of the most famous Pizzerias in Napoli!

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Ubicación
27/28 Via Materdei
Napoli, Campania 80136
Teléfono+39 081 557 3682
Reservas
No
Tarjetas de crédito
Asientos en el exterior
No
Menús
Almuerzo, cena
Bebidas
Beer
Opciones para comer
Servicio de mesa, no cuenta con entrega a domicilio
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