One of the greatest risotto I had in Italy. The tiramissu for dessert was amazing. Close to vecchio bridge!!! Good prives also!!
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This was our favorite restaurant in Florence seven years ago---and we eagerly returned our first night when we visited this July. The food was good but not as good as other restaurants in Italy. Service was good. We enjoyed Trattoria Osteria Da Que' Ganzi and I' parione much more. Then again I was introduced to 2011 La Forra Riserva by Tenuta Di Nozzole, my favorite chianti in Italy.
Disappointing all round. Poor food, rude service, average wines. Distinctly anti tourist despite being in a touristy location. Recommend going elsewhere
We enjoyed a delightful lunch here. The waiter was patient in helping us choose our food. Service was almost too quick but we didn't mind. And we were not rushed out in the end. The ravioli was excellent. We also had a bowl of riboletta which was good. The side of sautéed fresh spinach was large and tasty. The restaurant is very close to the Ponte Vecchio.
The food we had here was good quality Italian and some of the best that we had while staying in Florence. The service was excellent, and we were even given a short Italian lesson by one of the waiters!