Two traditional pizzas: the margherita and the marinara in three different forms – normal, medium and maxi; water, beer, coke and fanta. Dry menu, marble tables divided between the guests, polite and essential service. Everything has remained the same and faithful to the origins which date back to 1870 for a historical establishment, over one hundred years old, which since then has been managed, two steps away from Corso Umberto and from Forcella, by the Condurro family.
If you love the popular Neapolitan pizza, spread thinly, seasoned with the opulence needed to feed the Neapolitans in times of war and poverty, you can’t help but find here a classical pizza with an unmistakeable flavour.
Today Da Michele, which never closes and boasts an hour-long queue every day at lunchtime and in the evening, is attended by Neapolitans, tourists and students who know that they will find the authentic flavours of the traditional pizza, soft and melting, archaic and unrepeatable.