Ambience Relaxed atmosphere
Accepts credit cards Yes
Noise level Upbeat
Licence This venue is licenced
Food Options Gluten free, Vegetarian

Products and specialities

Italian Restaurant, Fully Licensed


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Pizzeria Napoli another traditional Pizzeria offering up calzones and pasta dishes as well. Utilizing fresh ingredients and wood fire oven, they provide quick and efficient, friendly service. A host of fantastic choices await you on the menu with a great ambience behind the place; if you’re in the neighbourhood you should go definitely go and try it.

Best Pizza in town!

There is more to Italian cusine than pizza and there is more than Pizzeria Napoli than pizza. Lucky they do both so well. Delicious pasta, salads and.....did I mention pizza?

Awesome place whether with the whole family or just the two of you, upbeat service and vibe. Love the place!

Pizzeria Napoli specialises in traditional wood-fired pizza and pasta and that authentic Italian experience – and the $25 bucket of four Peroni makes for a pretty good accompaniment, too. The narrow restaurant can fill up quickly, so perhaps call ahead if you’re part of a big group.

Go for the Quattro Formaggi - the authentic four cheese pizza with cheese oozing everywhere. You’ll definitely be coming back for more! Open late nights and a few seats for you to tuck in inside while the wind blows outside.

The contadino pizza at Napoli blows my mind - I think it’s the eggplant. It might just be the best pizza you ever have. Plus the staff - authentic Italians - are really friendly and will remember you on subsequent visits!

It took so much self control to take this photo without eating it! Such a simple pizza, but always a good way to judge how good and authentic a pizzeria truly is. Basil, tomato and mozzarella! They do amazing pastas as well as their extensive pizza list. Several visits are needed here to try everything that waters your mouth upon reading the menu.

On Friday night I went to Pizzeria Napoli with my boyfriend (of nearly 2 years) - a treat for both of us and celebrating a kind of second first date. This is the perfect spot if you want to wow a new date with a small, ambient restaurant, flash, homely décor, and fresh, scrumptious Italian food that can't be beaten. My BF got pizza with cherry tomatoes, shrimps and rocket (called a "Gamberoni" - delicious, according to him) and I picked two starters as a main - an salad with rocket, cherry tomatoes, mandarins, artichoke hearts and pine nuts (NOM) and crunchy bruschetta with tomatoes and garlic. Top it off with sparkling water or a Coke like we did and you will delight your tastebuds. The best thing about this place is that it's always busy, but still small and homely enough that you can actually hear what your date is saying. Try it out!

All their food is yummy, not just the pizza.  Lovely cosy place for a yummy meal.