We had a hard time finding this restaurant, but it was worth the effort. It's on the street that takes you over the Pointe alle Grazie. We walked in for lunch on a very hot day and found the cafe a bit dark but cool and refreshing. Very modern, chic decor, not what you would expect in Florence. I had the lasagne which had a very rich bolognese sauce with tomato, cream and cheese. Delicious! My husband had the tuna bruchetta with tomato, olives, capers, basil and anchovies in lemon and a ridicchio mista. Very good. Service was good but then we were the only customers there.
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