There’s something that feels distinctly cheap about Napoletana. Maybe it’s the dated tile walls, the laminate floors and the weathered laminate menus. But don’t turn your nose up – it’s this lack of modernity that lends the restaurant an understated charm. Like a suburban corner cafÃƒÂ©, aided by over-welcoming staff, it just about lives up to its promise of delivering authentic Italian cuisine to ‘your neighbourhood’. Pitched somewhere between restaurant and cafÃƒÂ©, as a low-cost pizzeria it shines. Pizzas are fresh, well furnished and more authentic than not. Pasta and meat dishes can be a little more hit and miss, but the reasonable prices mean you’re unlikely to be disappointed. And then there’s the prime location in the heart of The Walk at JBR – grab a window seat and there must be few better places to people watch in the city. Italian fine dining it is not, but it makes a pretty preferable pizza pit stop during a day at the beach.