Naples pizza making lesson in traditional restaurant
Attractions & guided tours

Naples pizza making lesson in traditional restaurant

Based on 1 reviews
Free cancellation
Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: 2 hours
Do this because
  • Make your own Neapolitan pizza
  • Learn from a real pizza master chef
  • Enjoy a delicious self-made meal
  • Taste local mozzarella, tomatoes and olive oil
What to expect

There is no better place to learn how to make a pizza than Naples. This class will teach you the secrets of this famous dish. Born in 1800 in Naples, pizza has become known all over the world. But in Naples they know how to make that perfect crust, the secret, handed down for generations. In the historic pizzeria o'Scugnizzo you will learn the art of pizza making yourself.

Start your experience by tasting some local products like mozzarella, olive oil, salami, and tomatoes. Listen to the explanation of these local ingredients and learn the importance of using high-quality products. Now that your hunger is stilled you can start with your pizza dough, pay close attention to your master pizza baker to follow the steps correctly. Once the dough is finished, you will divide it into pizza balls using the historic Neapolitan mozzatura method.

Now you can prepare and bake your Neapolitan pizza in the wood oven. While the pizza is in the oven you can ask the pizza chef anything you want to know about pizza making. Finally it is time to taste your own pizza together with a well deserved drink.

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What's included
  • check 1 drink
  • check Use of equipment
  • check Food tasting

Mammina Napoli, Via Santa Brigida, 65, 80132 Naples

Meeting point:
Meet your guide at the restaurant Mammina Napoli.
What to remember

Not suitable for:

  • This tour is not accessible for wheelchair users, strollers, and prams

Know in advance

  • Animals or pets are allowed to join the tour
  • You will eat the pizza you create after the lesson as a lunch or dinner, depending on the time of the class
  • Please inform local operator of any food allergies or dietary requests by using the contact details in the booking voucher
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Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the experience begins.

What people say about this experience



Based on 1 reviews from verified customers

  • Anonymous

    From Spain - January 2023


    Overall rated


    Esperienza ottima! Lo chef Pasquale ha spiegato tutto con precisione e pazienza. Io e i miei nipoti ci siamo divertiti tantissimo e sicuramente consi ...

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