Spaghetti with Clams

Spaghetti with clams “spaghetti alle vongole” is popular Italian dish in Italy. However, its origin, it is from the region of campania and where is part of the Neapolitan Cuisine.

Besides, exists two ways how italian people prepare the spaghetti with clams

SPAGHETTI WITH CLAMS NEAPOLITAN CUISINE

In Bianco

Olive oil, garlic, clams, parsley and sometimes a touch of white wine

SPAGHETTI WITH CLAMS NEAPOLITAN CUISINE

In Rosso

Olive oil, garlic, clams, parsley and tomatoes being more popular in the south.

In my travel to Naples, it was the first time that I ate the spaghetti with clams in Italy. Despite to be a very simple Italian dish. But, one of the best pasta that I have tried.

How is makes the spaghetti with clams

Surely, you will curious how is made this beautiful pasta and is so simple as this cooking garlic and clams in olive oil, then waiting for the clam’s juices spread on the pan, a handful of spaghetti and chopped parsley mixing together. As a result, the most delicious pasta.

Restaurant Antonio & Antonio

SPAGHETTI WITH CLAMS NEAPOLITAN CUISINE

In fact, it’s here where I ate the italian pasta, also the restaurant count with a great menu of neapolitan cuisine, in case, if you are interesting to eat other dishes.

SPAGHETTI WITH CLAMS NEAPOLITAN CUISINE

By the way, there are more restaurants where to eat a good spaghetti with clams and also seafood. Because, in Naples the most of its cuisine is about seafood and pizza. Therefore, in this city, the love of cooking, brings the most authentic Neapolitan cuisine.

The restaurant is located in front of the sea and near to Castel dell’Ovo, certainly a nice view.

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Location Naples, Italy

Key Information

Restaurant Antonio & Antonio

Qualification: Grateful/ Excellent

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Price: Average per person $$15 AUD

Contact: +39 081 245 1987

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