With our food tour of Naples you will have the opportunity to learn about the best specialties of Vomero,typical and famous residential district of Naples,together with a local expert. Our tour is characterized by an alternation between the preparations of the renowned Neapolitan tradition and the best street food offered in the area, with the aim of making our guests aware of the real Naples and in particular the Vomero and its welcoming atmosphere: a unique experience of its kind.
Our food tour in Naples consists of several stages and various preparations: each dish will be served in a different restaurant or gastronomy. Our guests will have the opportunity to taste numerous local delicacies, such as Neapolitan taralli, "Genovese" pasta, meatballs with ragù,"cuoppo","crocchè"and sfogliatella,a typical handmade dessert.
Here are some of the tasty things you can taste in the beautiful landscape of Vomero:
- Handmade Neapolitan tarallo - represents the most traditional street food in Naples. A salty and crumbly cookie, with a pinch of black pepper, almonds and, more importantly, with lard, an indispensable ingredient able to give the tarallo that unique taste. Absolutely not to be missed!
- Ziti alla genovese- is one of the best known masterpieces of the Neapolitan culinary tradition. The ziti are a thick and rough long pasta, perfect for retaining the sauce: you will try them in one of the historic trattorias in the area.
- Tomato meatballs - among the best in Naples, to serve accompanied by freshly baked bread, impossible not to dip it in the sauce!
- Cuoppo - a delicious cone full of fried morsels of various kinds. It has been the symbol of Neapolitan street food since the 19th century and never ceases to surprise with its small rice balls, vegetables and much more!
- Crocchè - potato croquettes with a soft and sleeker heart of provola or mozzarella. Not to be missed!
- Baba - traditional Neapolitan dessert. Famous all over the world for its mushroom shape. Inevitable.
- Sfogliatella riccia - the original recipe is more than 400 years old and comes from a monastery near Amalfi. He arrived in Naples thanks to chef Pasquale Pinturo in 1800, who transformed the recipe into the one we know and love today.
- Espresso - the best coffee in Italy is drunk in Naples. You will try it in one of the historic bars of Naples, renowned all over the world.