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Pizzeria Sorbillo -- Naples

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  • Pizzeria Sorbillo -- Naples

    I have a friend who just passed through Florence on his way to Naples where he spends a lot of time. Here is his report on his first pizzeria of the day. Good fun.

    Pizzeria Sorbillo
    Via Tribunale, 32

    founded by Gino Sorbillo in 1935
    the Sorbillo family has 21 sons- all pizzaioli!
    Margarita- 3 euro
    Marinara - 2.3 euro
    the highest price pizza was about 6 euro
    one oven, 2 levels for dining
    the marble tables were old and imperfect (not exactly
    flat) with table numbers painted on to the center of
    the table.
    the pizza was large (flowing off the plate)
    I started with the Margherita - just right- with a good
    "burnt" flavor to the crust.
    we proceded to the Marinara - genius...
    also tried one with smoked provalona and pomodorini
    (good flavor to the cheese, but too much cheese for
    we ended with an additional Marinara, this time with
    olives, capers and salted anchovie. (even I ate the
    2 kinds of beer, both Italian
    next time I will try to get more oven info.
    recommended. end of report.
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