My family and I visited this restaurant as we just staying down the road, and this was recommended to us by our Florentine hosts. We had an antipasti, pasta, risotto, steak and spinach...finishing off with excellent tiramisu. It was a quiet evening while we were there on a Friday. The service was friendly, and staff translated every single item on the menu to us in english. We liked the fact that it was quiet and cosy, allowing us to wind down with a nice meal after a long day. The staff offered us prosecco as a an aperitif and ended with limoncello. Price is reasonable, and the decor is very pleasant too. We would go back there if we ever go back to Florence!
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