We went to Salvatore Cuomo in hopes of finding some delicious food for us an some simple spaghetti for our two-year-old who is going through a picky eater phase. The pizza was delicious in true Napoli form. Unfortunately, even their simplest pasta dish was refused by our daughter. They cheerfully accept kids and offer a high chair, but they do not offer any sort of "kids menu". If you want to go to a place with nice ambience, friendly staff, great food, and are willing to pay a little more than a typical Neapolitan restaurant, Salvatore Cuomo is a great place. If you are looking for a restaurant that is good for the whole family, you might want to try another place.
arrived at daiwa roynet hotel around noon. With the cold winter in Sapporo, just thought of dropping at the closest restaurant for quick lunch. 1500/1360 for the set lunch is definitely value for money. Either pasta or pizza for main and buffet on salad, appetizer and dessert. All taste good. Plenty of choices for drinks from fresh juice to coffee n tea. Just located on exit 3 of hosui susukino station exit 3 at Toho line