Many places claiming to offer Neapolitan (or southern italy) cuisine are not real, but this one is (and I know my stuff). Don't be fooled by the untraditional look of the place: recently renovated, with white and silver-painted wooden ceiling, a pleasantly modern look and brightly lighted.
The personnel is authentic (and attentive), and so is the traditional oven and the pizzas that come out of it. Pizza was definitely good, but we tried more than that. A mix of seafood antipasti turned out to be a pretty good start (warm moscardini was the top item), then seafood pasta, and tuna "in bellavista" - all scoring pretty well.
There is a fair choice of wines, with appropriate picks from campania, very reasonably priced.
Topping it all, is a choice of imported southern sweets: cassata, baba', cannoli, etc.. absolutely a rarity in tuscany, if you want the real stuff.
Definitely worth a visit.
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