We've not had many meals in Naples that don't involve pasta. We arrived at Steak House on Saturday night at 8pm and the place was empty. We were the only table. They started by bringing us out a plate of mixed appetizers, fried pizza dough stuffed with ricotta, a noodle casserole, and a few other things that I can now not remember. From there they also brought out mozzarella di buffala and proscuitto. For dinner, we took the waiter's suggestion and ordered the Florence Steak, medium. Get your meat a bit undercooked, it arrives and then is set on top of a make-shift chafing dish. It will keep your meat warm, but will also continue to cook it. By the end, the last pieces of meat were way overcooked and very dry. The main dish came with a heaping ton of french fries, some cauliflower and carrots. It was simple, pretty delicious and understated.
Dinner was pretty expensive, about 30 Euro per person. The food was yummy and the service was attentive. We did notice that most of the Italian tables around us were given more antipasti when they sat down. There were these huge carved out wheels of cheese that kept moving from table to table. I don't know if we should have asked for it or what, but I wished they had brought it over to us too! Oh! And for dessert! We ordered tiramisu, which was yummy but they brought out these delicious cookies. Great way to finish off the evening, though we were both soooo full!
Fun, different concept from the usual trattoria in Naples.
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