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Il Pizzaiolo del Presidente -- Naples

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  • Il Pizzaiolo del Presidente -- Naples

    Here is restaurant review number two from Adam in Naples.


    Napoli day 3

    Pizza Report # 2

    il Pizzaiolo del Presidente
    Via Tribunale, 120/121

    founded by Ernesto Cacialli in 2004 (+/-)
    Ernesto Cacialli was the former pizzaiolo
    at DeMateo (see pizza report #3) when Bill Clinton was
    president of USA and DeMateo had a visit from the
    then-sitting prez.

    Margarita- 3 euro
    Marinara - 3 euro
    the highest price pizza was about 6 euro
    one oven, 2 levels for dining

    the pizza was ordered and arrived within 3 minutes.
    the pizza was certainly delicious, and looked perfect,
    but I thought a bit "soft". The bottom (pasta) was not
    crispy enough for my personal taste.
    Still, the Marinara was amazing with tons of flavor
    and nice garlic. If you notice the address, via
    Tribunale, it is the same street as in last report,
    and DeMateo (report forthcoming) is also on via
    Tribunale. There are many many fine pizzerie on this
    street, and possible the source of some of the world's

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