In beautiful Naples, the charming city of seven castles, chef Salvatore Bianco bewitches gourmets who decide to stop at his culinary kingdom overlooking the Gulf. The panoramic windows of the Romeo hotel protect the Il Comandante restaurant, offering a breathtaking view over the intense blue of the Tyrrhenian Sea. The name of the restaurant is an echo of a Neapolitan memory: “Commandante” was the nickname of the great Achille Lauro, founder of a family of shipowners which had its traditional headquarters here. Now the setting has a more eclectically-designed appearance with dark hues and works of fine art. In this atmosphere, Salvatore, along with a team of young chefs, promotes a cuisine with sea and land dishes of sophisticated simplicity, poking occasionally at the traditions of the city of Naples with international influences, and acid, bitter, spicy and sweet tastes. The chef calls his cuisine “enthusiastic and contaminated, in a land that acts as a crossroads for cultures, goods and spices”. To crown this explosion of flavours, one can enjoy the impeccable service in the dining room led by Mario Vitiello, always ready to advise guests on the perfect cup.