From aperitivo to dolce. Here modern "Italianità" is written large. At il Gusto, guests are spoiled for choice with pizza & pasta and other Italian specialties. Enjoy the dishes and matching Italian wines in a family-friendly casual ambience.
Pizzas are also available here as take-away.
Pizza topped only with olive oil, tomato slices and oregano or basil has been documented since about the mid-1800s, when tomato became popular in southern Italy. The name is probably older.
Since pizza should be baked at a very high temperature of 400 to 500°C, which was possible in very few households in the past, it was initially prepared but brought unbaked to the local baker until a separate craft of pizza makers, the pizzaiolo, emerged, who also made and topped the dough.
The Italian coast, especially the area around Naples, developed into real strongholds of pasta production because the particularly pure and germ-free air of the Mediterranean was very suitable for drying. Since the 12th century, threads of wheat have been cooked.
For families and groups we recommend our Pizzeria il Gusto with two separable rooms Tavern and Grotto.