Piperita

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 1 review )
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Via Guido Cortese, 19/21, Vomero, Naples, Italy, 80128

The 2nd branch of this vegetarian restaurant opened in the Vomero neighborhood in Jan 2018. Offers a variety of traditional Neapolitan and Italian dishes in vegan version, such as potato and tofu croquettes, tortelloni filled with pesto sauce, eggplant parmigiana with rice mozzarella, vegan carbonara pasta, tiramisu, pizza with different flour bases. Vegan items are marked. Vegan items are marked.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Pizza, Italian, Raw

1 Review

First Review by experimental_setup

Nice place - Edit

Piperita is a relatively large place, seating maybe 60 people inside and a few more tables outside. They have a good selections of the Italian standards, most of them vegan.
The staff is knowledgeable and can readily answer questions about the food.
The pizzas can be made with different types of flour and the staff will suggest which one might fit the best if you are uncertain about what to choose.
They will show the SSC Napoli soccer games when the club is playing, but since it's a vegetarian restaurant don't expect a huge crowd of fans to show up - when we were there it was quietly on a TV without sound.
Only drawback I see is that all pizzas but one - the marinara - are non-vegan. Other than that the food is good, the price is fitting and the atmosphere is nice.
With being located in the middle of the Vomero neighbourhood it's a bit out of the way of the usual tourist path.

Pros: Different pizza dough options, Friendly staff

Cons: Only one vegan pizza

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