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All reviews tripe lampredotto ravioli trippa alla fiorentina tongue lengua sushi antipasti beef authentic florentine food hearty portions lunch stop small place love this place food and wine house wine first night
Nice small old style restaurant, but with a up-to-date menu that tries to put new light through old windows.
Even if I will not miss the "susci" lampredotto.
Sorry but in my universe if something goes wrong (in this case my "cartoccio") I suppose not...More
We had a nice simple meal after a long day of sightseeing. I had the ravioli and my partner had the duck ragu. The surroundings were nice and the restaurant is jusy south of the river so not as hectic as the main tourist hotspots.
We visited for lunch with friends. The tongue antipasto was excellent, my guanciale (veal cheek) melted in my mouth, so tender (see photo), house wine very good, patient service. Prices ok by Florence standards.
Tripes is not for everybody, but this is definitely worth a visit. Super delicious tripe ravioli, cooked in a bag tripe stew, and amazing deep fried veggie. Diagonal to the restaurant is a great gelateria. What can be better?
We found this restaurant in passing and it seemed both busy and also being enjoyed by the locals (both good as far as we're concerned) so we were glad they could squeeze us in. We were even more glad with the quality of the food...More
I have lived in Florence for YEARS and only tried this restaurant recently. Big mistake. The food is incredible. Lampredotto sushi, lampredotto meatballs, and lampredotto ravioli- yummy!!! Stewed guancia and crespelle- excellent. Do yourself a favor and try Tuscan traditional foods with a twist.
After 10 days in Italy, this is the meal that I still remember the most. We ordered the trippa alla fiorentina, the lampredotto ravioli, and the caprese. All were good, but the lampredotto ravioli is the one that still lingers in my thoughts.
My wife and I had dinner here on our first night in Florence, wanting a place that offered traditional cuisine. We were able to secure a last-minute reservation on a Saturday night (9:30pm) and had a very good meal.
Tripe is the local delicacy, so...More