While perhaps not the best pizzas in Sucre – nearby Tentaciones offer tastier, but more expensive, alternatives – Pizzeria Napolitiana’s pizzas are a filling and reasonably priced. A decent-size individual pizza costs 35 bolivianos ($5).
There menu also has a range of pastas, desserts (such as banana splits and ice cream), and drinks (including a coffee milkshake). They also offer a lunch menu usually consisting of soup followed by a pizza or pasta dish, accompanied by a drink.
Pizzeria Napolitana stay open until 11pm, making them a good option when other places have closed. They also tend to stay open on festival days, etc, when other places have closed.
Napolitana does both takeaway and eat in. The restaurant area itself is decorated in dark wood and set over two floors. Like the food, the restaurant is not especially fancy, but does the job.
The service is efficient and prompt, and while the waiters tend not to stop and chat, they are friendly nonetheless.