Italian cuisine isn't all pizza and pasta, and for many centuries, the poor of Naples feasted on the scraps of the rich. This common type of "street food", known in Italian as "zendraglie" named after the French word for "entrail eaters", has grown into a local favorite as being a staple of Neapolitan life. At Trattoria Le Zendraglie, the chef, and owner, keeps this cuisine alive by insisting on traditional dishes and quality. Simple yet succulent is the key to dining at Trattoria Le Zandraglie where dishes like tomato in tripe are popular with the locals. Some of their most highly recommended dishes are the pasta, potatoes, and provalone and the meatballs with friarelli and artichokes.
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