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$84 Price per guest

Naples Traditional Food Tour

Hosted by Daniele

The experience in a nutshell

Type of the event

Food walk, Italian

Number of guests

2 to 10

Time of the event

11:30 AM (3.5 hours)

The host speaks

English, Italian

Menu

food tour

Handmade Neapolitan “tarallo”

It represents the most traditional street food in Naples. A salty and crumbly biscuit, with a dash of black pepper, almonds and lard, the latter being the basic ingredient capable of granting a unique taste. A must try!

Genovese ziti

It is one of the most known masterpieces of Naples’ culinary tradition. The ziti are a thick and rough sort of long pasta, perfect for grasping the sauce: you will try them in one of the most historical trattoria in the area.

Meatballs in tomato sauce

among the best ones in Naples, to be served accompanied by freshly baked bread, impossible not to dip it in the sauce!

Cuoppo

a delicious cone filled with fried bites of different sorts. It is the symbol of Neapolitan street food since the 19th century and never stops surprising with its small rice balls, veggies, and so much more!

Crocchè

potato croquettes with a soft and melted heart of provola or mozzarella (Italian cheeses). A not-to-be-missed!

Babà

traditional dessert of Naples. Famous all around the world because of its mushroom-like shape. Impossible to miss.

Sfogliatella riccia

the original preparation comes from more than 400 years ago, in a monastery close to Amalfi. It arrived in Naples thanks to chef Pasquale Pinturo in 1800, and he was the one who consolidated the recipe in what we now all know and love.

Espresso

the best coffee in Italy is in Naples. You will try it in one of the most historical bar in Naples, considered as gourmet all over the world.


Drinks & Beverages

Water

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The place & Amenities
The full address will be provided once the booking is confirmed

Upcoming dates

Tu, 18 Aug

11:30 AM (3.5 hours)

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English, Italian
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