This place is tucked away from Florence's city center, at the foot of the most amazing neighbourhood you can imagine of, just a side of a lovely centuries-old bridge, that makes one dreaming away and prepare for enjoying a great meal.
Just take notice, the kitchen opens at mid day and closes at two in the afternoon, then again at eight in the evening, until eleven at the latest.
You may well give a call in advance, and make sure you do not happen to getting there at a weekly closing time.
Having said that, you definitely want to taste the "crostini" with lever pâté as a starter, followed by the "bici alla carrettiera", then launch on the unbelievably state-of-art "bistecca".
People from Florence come here to have that themselves, yet they will be shy of telling you about it, as long as they usually do not show off their luxury spending habits.
You may want to get thrilled at olive oil tasting too, as well as making yourself a present by talking through wines with Riccardo, the extremely polite and competent tenant of this preferred spot of mine.
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