For a mere €8 you can eat in the presence, if not of the original Pizza Queen, then at least that of her bust: Margherita no less, also honored in this restaurant by a wood-fired oven set in the tufa stone below. This is how pizza was supposed to be, though the restaurant has renamed it "geo-thermal." To bolster the sense of authenticity, the tables are set with the majolica tiling unearthed during the excavation of the historic San Paolo convent below. In short, this
is a restaurant that doubles as a museum, or vice versa. Le Sorelle is in the running for the best-tasting Margherita around, and at a price considerably lower than that of many imitations.
Vico Cinquesanti 33, Naples, Italy