NEAPOLITAN FOOD: PASTA
Walking through the streets of the historical centre of Naples, you will be fascinated by the different smells of ragù or Genovese coming from the open windows of this or that building. If you don’t have the chance to get an invitation to one of these tables, you can always go to Nennella in the Spanish Quarters. In vico Lungo Teatro Nuovo 103, in the heart of Naples, you will find a simple atmosphere and a very warm welcome. A lunch in this restaurant, loved by locals as well as tourists, is both a culinary and human experience. Usually there is a quite long line to get in, but their pasta with potatoes and provola is worth the waiting.