Napule is very popular among “local” foreigners and families with children. Kids often run and fool around, so the place is far from romantic or business-like.
Apart from pizza-hall (upstairs) and a summer terrace, there’s a café (downstairs), where you can wait until there’s a table available – the place is often full, especially on Fri night and week-end.
Pizza is prepared in the wooden stove (which is said to be made by a Neapolitan) situated in the end of the hall, so you can watch it cooked. Selection of pizzas is very good, and it tastes excellent. Some other Italian meal is available, but the choice is limited, given the restaurant specialty. Despite only a few positions in the dessert menu, Tiramisu made here is one of the best in Kyiv.
The floor-to-ceiling window in the pizzeria overviews the street and, sitting on the second floor, you seem to rein over it; the window is toned from outside, so you won’t feel as if the whole street looks at your feet.
You need to climb stairs to reach the pizzeria, which makes it hard for people with disabilities.
Despite some arty-crafty notes in interior, the atmosphere here is quite simple and you don’t have to dress up.
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