Napoli is a beautiful but simple design of a family restaurant located behind the Grand Hotel at the rear of “Heroinat” park. You can distinguish it pretty easily by the two “Fiat 600” parked at the entrance, resembling two lion statues in front of a noble home.
The view that you get from dining in this restaurant is astonishing, both on the inside and the outside. Sitting at the back of “Heroinat” makes you overlook the fact that you’re in the noisy centre of the city, but rather in the quiet outskirts, although the imposing Bororamiz in the background doesn’t let you forget. When we talk about the inside, the first thing that catches my eyes are the lofty walls covered in dozens of black and white pictures and the garnishing wine bottles sitting quietly on their shelves or on the checkered red and white tablecloths. The interior design mixed with the dim lighting makes for a perfect evening in this Italian-themed restaurant.
Your first time coming here, you have to order the pizza, and then later on, you can expand your taste with the pastas, salads or the cold plates. A good element about Napoli is the fact that you can get a plate of half a pizza and half a salad or any other dish if you’re not too hungry and just wanna enjoy the ambience of the place.
Napoli is definitely our first-picked place for any family event or just a spontaneous night out.