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In the lively and crowded environment of the Central Market of San Lorenzo, in the heart of the city of Florence, was founded the restaurant Za Za, in one of the buildings survived at the time ... Or maybe it's better to say that it is here that still lives: where now Za Za, in fact, since the early nineteenth century there was a small inn. It is 1977 when Stefano Bondi, born at number 18 of the Main Market Square in the old house of aunt Tonina , baptizes with the name Za Za this dining room and open to the public. It was April 7. At that time, Zà Zà was a small restaurant. Stefano Bondi worked with his mother from the beginning. Her role was fundamental in Bondi’s life, as well as being the…
We were over the moon with this resturant. It was suggested to us by our hotel.
Francesco was an excellent server and we went here twice for dinner. They even wished me a Happy Birthday with a candle in our dessert.
This was the Most...More
Stumbled upon this gem wandering the streets on a Wednesday evening. Apparently we got there before the rush because we were seated immediately (by 8pm there was a wait). The wine list was extensive, the food immaculate, and the service was top notch! Even with...More
Was recommended this place by a friend and it definitely lived up to our expectations. The server was lovely and charming and made our experience enjoyable. The food was lovely and reasonably priced. They had a selection of gluten free options too in which the...More
given the long line in front of the restaurant we decide to reserve for the night after. What a good choice. The menu is too big to choose, so many nice dishes. All we ate was excellent, with the risotto with safran and truffle and...More
Recommended by the receptionist at our hotel. Didn’t disappoint. Managed to get in but early around 7 pm. Great choice of food. We shared an antipasto great variety on the platter. Then onto the mains. My spaghetti was tasty but 4 prawns seemed a little...More
I eat at trattoria Za Za every time I visit Florence. It’s a nice restaurant especially if you want to sit outside, it is always busy but I managed every time to get a table quickly. The food is average to good.
We had a wonderful dinner at Trattoria Za Za. We did not have a reservation and turned up at 8.40pm on a Wednesday. We were sat down by 9pm.
The food was wonderful, myself and my 2 friends shared the 1kg Florentine steak between us...More
Literally the best Italian food I’ve ever had. Such a great menu and not actually that expensive if you choose your menu right!! We went here two nights in a row because it was so good!
The truffle gnocchi was a must try and a...More