A few months back, I had a conversation with pizzaiolo Salvatore Salvo. He and his brother Francesco were excited about something new...or something new ish. They wanted to enrich their menu with a wide range of choices from the Campania region. So a couple of months after Pizzeria Salvo put their new menu out, I decided to stop by one Monday evening for a taste...
I discovered that next to their famous frittura, you can choose an artisan beer from several Campania breweries. Wines from Vesuvius, Ischia, Sorrento, and Campi Flegrei share space on the new wine list.
On their margherita? Ingredients such as Campania's San Marzano DOP tomatoes, fior di latte, and Extra Virgin Olive Oil DOP from the hills of Salerno. Or maybe Piennolo tomatoes from Vesuvius DOP, mozzarella di Bufala Campana DOP, and Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Vesuvius.
Marinara? Anchovies from Cetara and Extra Virgin Olive Oil DOP from Salerno.
It was hard to resist a slice of pizza with the flavorful conciato romano cheese from Caserta and Neapolitan peppers.
It's too bad I only had room for a taste...
Largo Arso 10/16
San Giorgio A Cremano (Na)
39 081 275306
Closed on Sundays