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L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele
Pizza Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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Via Cesare Sersale, 1/3 Napoli Italy
Via Cesare Sersale, 1/3ITNapoli
+39 081 553
Pizza RestaurantToday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSunday ClosedMonday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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Kate Rushton
a month ago
Something tells me Michele was exactly like this when it was founded years and years ago, and this really adds to its charm. It is a bit spartan and bare. But it does not matter because this place is all about the pizza and boy is it good pizza! The queues outside this tiny cantina are long and were long for my entire stay in Naples. So, I opted for a takeaway and the choice was easy - a Margherita for a bargain 6 euros - because there was not much choice - there are only two dishes on the menu. A very strong taste of ripe tomatoes hit me as I bit into this pizza. I knew then that this is what pizza should be like. Even though there was not much mozzarella, this pizza was all about the sauce and the dough. The dough! Light, thin and slightly crispy - the perfect crust for the perfect pizza!
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Dariusz Jaworski
2 months ago
We ware told that it is the most famous and the best pizzeria in Naples, but we were very dissapointed. We were very lucky to be sitted same time when we enter, but before we left there were already 10 people waiting outside. They put 2 couples in the same table without asking. We ordered food 5 minutes after we sat, 5 min later we received beer, another 10min waiting time for pizza. No wonder there is such a big queue. They have only 2 types of pizza in menu, 5 cooks and still it's not easy enough to provide good service. Pizza was avarage quality. And we eat it very fast just to get out of that place. I would never recommend that pizzeria to anyone. For sure it was interesting experience but not so pleasent ;)
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Kajim Shanti
4 months ago
Used to be one of the very best Pizzerias in Naples, but since it became famous worldwide thanks to a popular book and movie the quality dropped down dramatically. It is now a touristic place were waiters take pictures for the customers, and serve them poor sometimes burned pizzas. On the top of that, you might have to wait for an hour to be served because staff works incredibly slowly. Try instead Di Matteo for a super cheap, good quality variety of pizza and fried specialties, or go to 50 kaló for the very best quality and service. Furthermore both these places serve all their customers almost instantaneously.
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Mars Cyrillo
4 months ago
If someone complains about this pizza, just ignore the comment and go to try it yourself. It's delicious. Be prepared to stay on the line waiting for your number to be called out, to seat with strangers and to wait a bit more once inside. It's cheap and italians eat here for a reason: it's one of the best, period.
Paul Wendholt
2 months ago
Yes you have to wait in the crowd of people outside. Yes its a bit sparse inside. Yes you have to share a table. Yes your drink will be in a plastic cup. Yes the staff can be abrupt if its busy (it always is). And there's only 2 things on the menu. But its absolutely brilliant, pizza unlike any you will get outside of Naples. Words can not do it justice, just try it. I'm a career long chef and i know i could spend the rest of my life trying and still never make a pizza that good. If you appreciate REAL food and the luxury trappings don't matter this is a must for any bucket list.
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Ferdinando Giammichele
a week ago
A Naples institution. Queues might be incredibly long especially on weekends. Better get a take away one (ask at the till) and sit somewhere outside on a bench nearby to enjoy it (make sure you have a few hand wipes).
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rory macpherson
4 months ago
Horrendous service - waited an hour to get in (which was fine given how popular the place is) however upon being seated servers were actively rude when we were trying to grab their attention (made faces at us, rolled eyes) to check on the status of our order as others were served before us who were seated 15-20 min after us (the servers weren't even serving anyone else). Be prepared to spend a lot of time waiting not just in Queue . BTW, Pizza is great but recommend saving your Euros and spending your time and money at a place that welcomes your patronage.
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Mike Nguyen
3 months ago
I'll start with the line, out the door. Come here during Italian lunch time or for dinner and forget about it. The wait is stupid long. Crowds of people in he streets waiting to get it. Now, come when it opens and sit right down! We came at 1030 thinking that we would wait outside for a little bit while it opens but he door was already open and people sitting inside. Now, the pizzas weren't made until about 1045 but once they got setup, within 10 minutes 12 pizzas were made and patrons were eating. So why in the heck is there a wait?? Cause it takes people a heck of a lot longer to eat the pizza! I would wait to have the pizza but it's definitely good. The marinera was better than the margarita, we thought.
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