If you are craving pizza and you are in the Lavapiés neighborhood, NAP (Neapolitan Authentic Pizza) offers “la vera pizza Napoletana” (the real Neapolitan pizza).
Lavapiés is one of the areas with more street art in the city center, and that is the first thing you will enjoy when you go in, apart from the wood-fired oven. Okuda, one of the greatest and most renowned Spanish graffiti artists, painted the restaurant entrance where the oven is.
You go to NAP to eat pizza, period. This is the reason why their menu doesn’t offer many other options: a few appetizers, a couple of salads and a couple of desserts. Talking about their pizzas, they have 10 on the menu -1 calzone- plus 1 special every day.
Neapolitan pizzas are made from simple and fresh ingredients, no fancy toppings here, and they have more sauce than cheese, don’t expect a crispy crust. Their soft, thin-crust pizzas are fluffy and light.