We ate at Bottega on our visit to Florence last week and found this to be one of the dining highlights of our trip. The restaurant is run by two brothers, one a chef who is obviously passionate about his cooking. The atmosphere is charming and more sophisticated than a local trattoria. The food was outstanding. We started with artichokes that were stuffed with a mild goat cheese, just perfect. Next their cacie e pepe pasta with licorice, which was, hands down, our best pasta all week. Other pastas at the table also stand outs. We ordered the sea bream, which was perfectly cooked, in a type of pesto broth. All in all, a perfect dining experience, wish we lived closer.
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