On a very wet March day in Florence, we found Coco Lezzone at lunchtime on a back street parallel to the riverbank, not the easiest to find but worth a visit for the experience. The menu was very restricted, I guess because it was lunchtime. The Bean Soup was very Tuscan and wholesome. The pasta dish I had was divine, everything you would expect of an Italian restaurant. The real star of the show was a side dish of fresh Peas, superb. We had the house white wine which was quaffable. Obviously a haunt for local workers, a bit pricey for what it was, but the quality shone through. I have a saying 'quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten' that saying applies to Coco Lezzone.
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