Here one breathes the smell of fried food popular in the 1900s. The mood cites neorealism, with the women of the house in checkered aprons, working between the counter and the frier and the men who serve the tables dressed in button down shirts with the cordiality of master of the house that has guests for dinner. No colors schemes suggested by the advertising studies, only the authenticity of contemporary Naples in front of an old courthouse in the corner of Forcella. The protagonist is a fried pizza which is a cloud generously filled with fresh ingredients balanced with the know-how of experience. The two dining areas, clean and with a family feel, count about 40 seats perfect for a convenient and quick stop for the regulars and tourists.