Do you love Campanian cuisine, but you’re currently living in Turin? Are you searching for a piece of Paradise – gastronomically speaking – far from Campania? Then I have just what you are looking for: Angolo Partenopeo.
Angolo Partenopeo is a pizza restaurant in Beinasco, which is in the Metropolitan City of Turin. Every time you go the place is larger, but still crowded all the time: can you imagine what does that mean?
With an informal environment managed by a kind staff, the restaurants offers typical products of Campania: from buffalo mozzarella – an evergreen – to scialatielli pasta (typical of the Amalfi coast), with that unique touch given by products like Sorrento lemons, yellow tomatoes and so on.
But we have fallen in love with her majesty the pizza. Therefore, we’ll talk about her, about the mix of water, yeast and flour most famous in the world, about one of the products that represent Italy outside “the Boot”, about that dough that many people try to do, often unsuccessful. This pizza has nothing to envy to Neapolitan pizza, thanks to its soft crust and to the high quality ingredients used on the top. So you can choose among a pizza Margherita (maybe with buffalo mozzarella), a pizza Capricciosa (with Gaeta olives), a pizza Girasole (with corn and ham, typically Campanian) and many more… just beware of their “special pizza”, which looks like a throw-together-pizza.
Wisen up, don’t stuff yourself and order a dessert: you can choose between the Campanian zeppole (always delicious), code di aragosta (made with puff pastry), Sal De Riso cakes and many other typical desserts.
Where: Viale Cavour, 20, 10092 Beinasco (Turin)