Sapore De Napoli

Guest blogger edition

It seems that these days all I ever eat at is locally, in particular in Kingsgrove! After trying out One Clementine and Kefi Souvlaki bar we now have moved on to Saproe De Napoli.

Located in the same precinct as the others, Sapore is an Italian restaurant which has as one of its specialties, wood fired pizza. The staff were a bit slow this night and we were left standing at the front waiting to be seated for a couple of minutes which is a bit awkward. We eventually got a table and from then it was smooth sailing.

Spaghetti Gamberoni - $23- Big, fat, juicy prawns with a thick tomato sauce. Spaghetti was fresh, chunky and al dente. Topped with a garnish of freshly chopped parsley, Great tasting and there seeed to be a pretty decent number of prawns too.




Boscailoa Pizza - $23 -  Italian sausage, mushrooms, rosemary and potatoes on a tomato base. Wood fired pizza base gave it that lovely smokey flavour. A tad burnt as you can see in the photo below but I barely noticed. Sausage meat was wonderfully tasty whilst the potato flavour was somewhat lost. Disappointingly the base was a slightly soggy towards the centre where as I prefer a more crispier a base.



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