VASINIKÒ

VASINIKÒ

Description

Vasinikò means Basil in Neapolitan dialect, but the word has a clear reference to the Greek word Vasilias, which means King. Here, Vasinikò becomes the kingdom of Neapolitan cuisine.

The restaurant is famous, above all, for the "high" pizza as per Neapolitan tradition. It also offers Mediterranean cuisine both at noon for business lunches and in the evening.

There are dishes suitable for vegetarians, but there is no menu for specific diets or food intolerances.

The restaurant is situated on the ground floor and in summer you can eat outside under the pedestrian portico in Piazza Pontida, lower Bergamo’s central meeting point.


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Vasinikò means Basil in Neapolitan dialect, but the word has a clear reference to the Greek word Vasilias, which means King. Here, Vasinikò becomes the kingdom of Neapolitan cuisine.

The restaurant is famous, above all, for the "high" pizza as per Neapolitan tradition. It also offers Mediterranean cuisine both at noon for business lunches and in the evening.

There are dishes suitable for vegetarians, but there is no menu for specific diets or food intolerances.

The restaurant is situated on the ground floor and in summer you can eat outside under the pedestrian portico in Piazza Pontida, lower Bergamo’s central meeting point.


Accessibility

Accessibility values

  • Bagno con maniglioni Bagno con maniglioni

Restaurant, wheelchair accessible.

Entrance from public covered walkway (portico) in Piazza Pontida, with coplanar stone flooring. The entrance to the restaurant has a 5cm threshold. Inward opening entrance door.

The bathroom is wheelchair accessible, located on the restaurant level, with a 78cm wide sliding door. Preceded by an anteroom. It has adequate manoeuvring space for a lateral and diagonal approach to the toilet bowl, it is equipped with a tilting handle to the right and a fixed handle to the left of the toilet bowl.

Entrance threshold height: 5cm

Bathroom door width: 78cm

Toilet height: 49cm.

Bathroom sink height: 82cm, with frontal approach.

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