The best Neapolitan pizza in Madrid?
Just opened its doors in Santa Engracia Street a peculiar pizzeria, with an industrial and Nordic style, a place designed in every detail, from the tables and wooden stools to the different plants that you will find in each corner of the restaurant.
But we are talking about the protagonist, the real pizza of the partneopean tradition, made by Neapolitan pizzaiolos, obtained through a mixture of flours, fresh ingredients brought from Naples twice a week and a refractory firewood oven made by hand.
In addition to the traditional pizzas, such as the one that bears the name of the restaurant, a union of San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella, ricotta, black pepper and piccante salami, the menu of Grosso NAPOLETANO proposes the typical starters of Italian cuisine as burrata with fresh tomatoes or the Vitello Tonnato and the irredeemable desserts, like the famous Albero Da Zia Lucy, a cream of ice cream and biscuit powder, homemade recipe of the house that all advise, served in an aluminum glass, you can not get away from the Restaurant without trying it.
No pizza exceeds 10 euros on the menu, and this means you can have dinner or lunch with just 20/25 euros.