Vomero natives in particular feel at home here given that Gorizia is the historic pizzeria of Vomero, the residential district in the city’s hills. Here everything – including the trattoria menu – speaks the language of an 1900s era that never ended. From the pizza, which has conserved its original characteristics: elastic dough, not exactly hydrated but which focuses instead on taste and cooking, and has remained unchanged over the years. Standard ingredients, atmosphere, hospitality and service invoke a 1970s feel, like a re-proposed snapshot to reassure the dining public. A public who, in buying their ticket here, desires to participate in this very film, rediscovering the flavours that it knows.