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5 vegetarian Restaurants in Naples you must try in 2020

Whether you are vegetarian or not you have to try these outstanding restaurants from Naples and feel immortally lost in their secluded green dishes!

Updated: 26 November 2019

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As the legend goes, Naples was a city founded by Greek gods in the 2nd millennium BC. It soon became the third most populated municipality of Italy. In the beginning, it was called Phaleron by the Greeks honoring their Argonaut heroes. Naples has also seen many dynasties over time, Burbon Dynasty being predominantly famous!

1. Piperita – Vomero

Lies in the hilly Vomero District surrounded by the cloud-soaring Castel Sant’Elmo Fortress – a tourist stop easily accessible through funicular, Piperita is a small green-themed restaurant where even the furniture is painted green. 

They have a super tasty Italian/Mediterranean menu which is 100% vegetarian. It has loads of pasta, pizza and even rich dessert options. Their egg-free vegan carbonara pasta is just amazing!

2. Amico Bio - Un Sorriso Integrale

Maintain a healthy lifestyle while travelling just got easier, Amico Bio is here to fulfill all your dark veggie cravings. Concealed in the corner close to the historical Palazzo Firrao of Naples, this restaurant is a peaceful hub for anyone who wants to enjoy their meal quietly. The place looks very simple but beautiful with a courtyard setting. Their friendly staff is readily available for help. 

They have a seasonal menu that has so many delicious dishes and each dish has the perfect blend of flavours. Choose between a variety of vegan salami, fried tempura, soups, seitan and tofu!

3. Vitto Pitagorico

Vitto Pitagorico! A high-ceilinged capacious eatery with domed exposed-brick walls and ebony-wood furniture shining under the fluorescent lights, visually this restaurant represents the Burbon Dynasty epoch. Dine-in here after touring the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.

Their menu is divided into three specialities vegetarian, raw and vegan. Pick one according to your preference or dietary obligations. The most famous dish out of their whole menu is the Neopolitan pizza made with yeasted hemp flour!

 

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4. Cavoli Nostri

A one of a kind restaurant in Santa Lucia District that has endless scrupulous meal options for vegetarians which are sure to please a non-veg too. Cavoli Nostri has been operating since 2015 and has a very modern but bohemian look to it with its light-timber furniture and shelves full of plant pots, it is quite soothing to the eye. 

They offer a wide assortment of vegan portions of pasta and crowd-pleasing desserts. Their seasonal menu has locally-produced fresh vegetables and fruits. Order their eggplant ravioli stuffed with walnut sauce and sprinkled sunflower seeds. You have to try their vegan tiramisu as well!

5. O Grin

From only offering take away to becoming a full-day dine-in restaurant that is not too heavy on the pocket. O Grin is situated in Porto. The place is very simple but eco-friendly with zero-waste what so ever. Expect it to be bustling with customers at lunchtime. Enjoy their every day changing tangy menu that features loads of pasta, soups and pizzas. Bring your friends too and gossip in their chill ambience!

These are some of the best vegetarian finds of 2019 from Naples. Dine-in here to experience the true colours of vegetarianism!

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