Gran Caffe Neapolis

Third food stop in less than two hours because … you guessed it – we travelled about three hours just to Naples just to eat pizza, so thought why not have their famous sfogliatella pastry too.

It was flaky and buttery and crisp and soft, but not melt in mouth types. I’d read so much about that but didn’t understand all the hype.

What you see here is a simple classic one. They warmed it up for us. The neighbourhood was fun and lively and we went for an espresso and a macchiato.


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