Thanks to Mr. Edward Schneider [ twitter @TimeToCook]
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Ninetta’ s story on The Huffington Post
“And after all, what would Naples be without clams? We ate excellent ones – some (known as telline) with shells smaller than the nail of my little finger – at La Casa di Ninetta, a short stroll from the hotel. The restaurant is not an old one – it opened in 2010 – and that is partly why I chose it: Naples is full of venerable, unchanging trattorias and seafood restaurants, many of which have lost their edge or don’t do their best for diners who are just passing through. There are also plenty of hipper places serving food that often distorts local tradition (not a bad thing in itself). What I wanted on our short trip was at least a couple of honest restaurants that offered traditional Neapolitan dishes made with good ingredients, cooked with care and served with a smile.”