Little Napoli Italian Restaurant in Houston, Texas: A Review

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Little Napoli is a casual Italian restaurant with their homey tables and their crisp white tablecloths, even though the outside does not say much and the décor inside is simple, it is worth a try and their service is outstanding and it is a family oriented restaurant. The first restaurant that opened in 2001 is located in the Galleria area at 6445 Westheimer between Winrock and Marilee and their hours of operations are from 10 a.m. to 11:30 every day and they have happy hour from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. also daily.

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The restaurant’s menu is actually quite extensive, so that everyone can find something; for their appetizers you can start out with the Portobello mushrooms which comes in a sweet Marsala sauce for $7.99 or the Napoli sampler which includes coconut shrimp, breaded shrimp, fried calamari and fried mozzarella sticks with a marinara sauce for $14.99 that you can share with the table, and if you want to stay on the light and healthy side get the grilled salmon salad which comes with mixed greens, cucumber, artichokes, sun dried tomatoes and olives for $11.99.

For their pasta entrées go with the manicotti which are three cheeses rolled in pasta sheets topped with marinara sauce, or the beef cannelloni or the beef lasagna for $9.99. And if you like seafood with your pasta go with the lobster ravioli a la vodka which are stuffed ravioli with lobster meat, sautéed fresh tomatoes, fresh basil with a splash of Alfredo sauce for $14.99 or the seafood Portofino which comes with mussels, scallops, jumbo shrimp, and mushrooms with sun dried tomatoes, in a light white garlic butter white wine sauce for $15.99.

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