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La Fattoria del Campiglione Entrance
Naples

In the spring of 1995 two old friends decided to revitalize a dilapidated house to create a restaurant specializing in meat dishes. The two friends and owners are Michele, from generations of butchers, and  Gerardo the master of cooking over an open flame. Serving all  meat in a mainly seafood area was an arduous and difficult challenge. Michele and Gerodo say "After all these years we can now say that we have conqured this challenge. Through our kitchen various types of meat dishes have been prepared including: Angus Argentinus, Scottish, Irish, Chianina, Romagnoli, New Zealand, Australian, wild boar, ostrich, kangaroo, reindeer, antelope, buffalo etc."

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