Hidden in a small alley close to Via Toledo is Al Cucciolo Bohemien, a modest family eatery that has been around since 1963. Its walls are cluttered with old soccer memorabilia, travel souvenirs, and family mementos. The owners Enzo and Simone are natural historians when it comes to talking about their favorite soccer players. Some of the meu recommendations include its chateaubriand steak, linguine al cartoccio, and scaloppine al limone, served with typical Neapolitan side dishes like friarielli, parmigiana di melenzane, and mashed potato and egg croquettes.
Housing one of the most important sculptures from the Renaissance (the Tomb of Cardinal Brancacci),... Read more