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Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria


After a day of exploring Disneyland, Nathan and I needed to find some place in which to carb-load before the Disneyland 10k the next morning. We decided we needed some pasta, so we headed over to Naples Ristorante to see if they had any gluten-free options. Luckily, they did, and we quickly got a table out on the patio.


We put in our orders and waited. Some friends at the table got served some bread, but there was no gluten free option for that. But it smelled so good and I was hungry! Our food finally came and I was able to enjoy. I ended up making my own pasta: gluten free noodles, marinara sauce, green beans, broccoli, and zucchini. It was very good and satisfied my need for carbs!


For the non-gluten free/vegan eaters, there are a lot of options: salads, pizzas, pasta, calimari, sandwiches, and more.

Antipasti (Appetizers)

Ovaline – Fresh mozzarella served with roasted tomato sauce and fresh basil. $12
Calamari Fritti – Fried calamari with arrabbiata sauce. $12
Affettati Misti – Italian meats, marinated olives and peppers, Parmesan cheese. $15
Panzerotti – Fried pizza dough filled with fresh mozzarella, artisan ricotta and Parmesan cheese, marinara sauce. Three for $9, Five for $13
Carpaccio di Zucchini – Grilled zucchini carpaccio with arugula salad, roasted peppers, shaved Parmesan and Balsamic reduction dressing. $10
Tonnato – Thinly sliced, chilled veal roast served with tuna and caper sauce. $14
Bruschetta Alla Checca – Toasted ciabatta bread, garlic, fresh tomatoes, basil, shaved Parmesan, extra virgin olive oil. $9
Zuppa del Giorno – Chef’s daily soup. Cup $4, Bowl $7


Insalate (Salads)

Della Casa per la Famigila* – Served family style; minimum 2 people. Mixed field greens, roasted red bell peppers, marinated mushrooms, tomatoes, house dressing. $7 per person
Caesar – Romaine lettuce, Parmesan and olive oil croutons. $9/$14
Contadina* – Chopped romaine, radicchio, endive, salami, provolone cheese, garbanzo beans, tomato, olives, cucumber, pepperoncini, red onion, Italian vinaigrette. $13
Arugula* – Arugula, shaved mushrooms, fennel, artichokes, shaved Parmesan, lemon vinaigrette. $11
Spinaci – Spinach salad with Gorgonzola cheese, grapes, caramelized pecans and balsamic vinaigrette. $11



Gnocchi – Potato gnocchi with cipsy sausage ragu and shaved pecorino $18
Cesarecce – Short, rolled pasta with eggplant caponata and smoked mozzarella. $20
Spaghetti – Hand-crafted veal meatballs and marinara sauce. $19
Trenette – Long, thin pasta served with basil pesto and spicy Manila clams. $21
Garganelli – Quill shaped pasta, broccoli, chicken, cream, chili flakes, Parmesan. $19
Conchiglie – Sea shell pasta, gulf shrimp, mussels, clams, and calamari in a spicy tomato broth. $22
Ravioli di Piselli – Homemade ravioli filled with fresh peas, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, fresh mint served with fresh tomatoes, garlic and basil sauce. $19
Lasagna – Traditional eight layer lasagna with Bolognese meat sauce, bechamel and Parmesan cheese. $20

Pesce (Fish)

Salmone – Pan-seared served with roasted tomatoes and green beans. $23
Pesce del Giorno – Simply seared fish of the day, spinach, lemon, extra virgin olive oil. $24


Tortino di Melanzane – Eggplant, tomatoes, mozzarella, Parmesan, served with side of spaghetti marinara. $19
Pollo – Chicken, mozzarella, Parmesan, tomato sauce, served with side of spaghettii marinara. $22

Specialita (specialties)

Fracosta alla Napoletana – short rib with tomatoes, capers, olive and oregano sauce, served with fingerline potatoes. $24
Orata al Rosmarino – Sauteed sea bream filet with rosemary and garlic on a bed of farrotto. $24

Pagnotelle (oven roasted sandwiches)

Sandwiches are available from 11am-5pm and are served with rosemary potato chips
Uno – Parma cotto ham, mozzarella, arugula, tomato. $13
Due – Wood oven roasted vegetables, smoked mozzarella. $14
Tre – Chicken breast, tomato, fontina, arugula. $14

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza

10″ individual/20″ large/1/2 meter family sizes

Margherita – San Marzano tomato sauce, mozzarella, basil. $17/$28/$38
Pepperoni – Pepperoni, mozzarella, tomato sauce. $18/$30/$41
Polpette – Meatballs, roasted peppers and onions, tomato sauce, mozzarella and Parmesan. $19/$32/$45
Ortolana – Roasted eggplant, zucchini, peppers, fresh basil, mozzarella cheese and spicy roasted bell pepper sauce. $18/$30/$41
Quattro Formaggi – Fresh mozzarella, fontina, provolone, Parmesan, fresh tomato and basil. $18/$30/$41
Finocchiona Finocchiona salame, sauteed onions, tomato and mozzarella. $19/$32/$45
Prosciutto e melone – Cantalope and prosciutto ham, arugula, mozzarella. $19/$32/$45
Pollo – Roasted chicken, BBQ sauce, smoked mozzarella, red onions, fontina cheese. $19/$32/$45
Build Your Own – Margherita – San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, basil. $17/$28/$38
Add a Topping $3 each: Pepperoni, Italian Sausage, Parma Ham, Roasted Chicken, Onions, Mushrooms, Roasted Peppers, Green Olives, Artichokes, Fontina Cheese, Provolone Cheese, Tomatoes, Eggplant

Contorni (sides)

Sauteed Spinach – Garlic, olive oil. $4
Green beans – Simply steamed or sauteed. $4
Sauteed Broccoli – Olive oil. $4
Roasted Potatoes – Wood oven roasted, olive oil, rosemary. $4
Creamy Polenta – With parmesan cheese. $3.50

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One thought on “Vegan & Gluten-free at Disneyland’s Ristorante e Pizzeria”
  1. Looks like a great restaurant! I love how Disney will modify items for food allergies/sensitivities. When we go to Tony’s in Magic Kingdom, we always get a pizza without cheese for our lactose intolerant preschooler with no problems and they’re great about letting us know about hidden dairy in anything else we order like the soup or appetizers.

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