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Italian, Pizza
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Reviewed 26 February 2020 via mobile

We were in Basco last December and we stayed in Amboy which is a walking distance from Casa Napoli. We decided to try it out on our last night, unfortunately we came late in the evening so there was no pizza anymore, we had to...settle for pasta and we enjoyed it.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed 12 February 2020 via mobile

This place really deserve the #1 ranking in tripadvisor. We love the simple camote fries. And of course the pizza is good. Actually we like all the food we ate here. We had dinner here twice. The service is fast and the staffs are all...attentive and helpful.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 21 January 2020

We went there twice, actually wanted to go three times. The pizza is very good. On our first visit, we also had what they call 'Spaghetti Carbonara'. The taste was good, however, it has got nothing to do with the original recipe. Apparently, Filipinos like...their 'Carbonara' done with cream and mushrooms... I would recommend to mention this on the menu for tourists who are not used to Filipino style Carbonara. The original recipe consists of Bacon, Eggs, Parmesan Cheese and Pepper. No cream and certainly no mushrooms. As mentioned, the pizza is really good and comes in different sizes. The overall menu is rather limited, basically pasta and pizza (and some chicken). A garden salad on the menu would be very nice especially given the fact that there is a lot of local vegetables. Waiting time was ok. One rather unfortunate experience we had, was when we arrived there onw evening at 7.50pm. We were informed that we would not be served any food as they close at 8pm. The restaurant was pretty much full, some tables were still waiting for their food. We asked if it was possible to have a pizza for take away, the answer was no. It is really not very customer friendly to send away guests who arrive before the closing hour... I understand that staff wants to go home at a meaningful time in the evening, however, if you state open til 8pm it should be possible to place an order at 7.50. From an atmosphere perspective, I would recommend to switch off the TV, or at least put it on silent. It's rather annoying to have to listen to TV while eating dinner. Maybe they could play some nice (Italian?) music. Recommended if you like pizza. Make sure you arrive early...More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 9 July 2019 via mobile

Soooo goood! Delicioso! So crispy fresh! It’s a long wait, very small place to accommodate 12 people max :-) But it’s worth the wait! I’d say target going in odd hours. After Sunday mass is impossible to wait inline, but we did :-)

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed 20 June 2019 via mobile

We wanted to have pizza for lunch but They open quite late though 1pm. So we had it for dinner instead. I must say for an Italian pizzeria in batanes, the pizzas were really good! The slices were big but because it was thin crust...you can easily finish 5-6 slices if you are hungry. The tomato base tasted like ketchup though.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed 13 May 2019 via mobile

As our last day in Batanes we decided to have our last dinner on the island at this pizzeria as recommended again by the locals. Menu is limited not your usual pizzeria with all the banga & whistle. It’s your usual to go pizza place...if you happened to be at home and this place is just around your neighborhood. But don’t get me wrong, they deliver on taste and serving. Food simple but tasty. Nothing very fancy but satisfying enough to merit a smile and a thumbs up.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed 6 May 2019 via mobile

I just encountered this restaurant while searching on the google the "best restaurants in Batanes." So on our first day at Basco, my friend Beck and I tried Casa Napoli for our lunch. This was perfect cause I was like really craving for pizza. Good...thing restaurant was not full, we were able to choose our spot. We ordered the 12" supreme with 8 slices and softdrinks. It was really delicious. I am pizza lover so I can definitely say that this thick crust pizza was really good. I cant go back to Manila without eating their pizza again so on our last night, after not so heavy dinner, our so called desserts were pizza and carbonara.More

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed 5 May 2019 via mobile

It was one of those pleasant surprises you get from travel. You stumble upon a great find in food in an unlikely place. Located just a street away from our hotel, Casa Napoli sticks out in sleepy Basco. Their pizza is very good! I got...their Margherita and thoroughly loved the thin dough and tasty toppings. Their pasta is commendable, too. Their food and the ambience is so appealing that we found ourselves here every evening of our stay. Service was very efficient amd friendly.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed 18 April 2019 via mobile

Just superb real brick over hand tossed pizzas, all fresh and one of the best pizzas i have had, there are 2 branches, one in the hotel, other in the town, we only tried the one at the hotel. Sardine Pasta was simply delicious

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed 17 April 2019 via mobile

The food is great. Their pizzas are really really good. The dough itself is good enough to eat alone. Chicken is crunchy and tasty. They use sweet potatoes for their mojos which is more like thick cut fries

Date of visit: April 2019
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