We saw this restaurant when walking around Ponte Vecchio and came here for dinner. Is very nice, very rustic and the music was just perfect, only italian one. Food is also very good, we had pasta.
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Our group of 8 chose this restaurant to be our Florentine steak experience and we were not disappointed. We started off with their papardelle and ravioli, both of which were some of the best of our whole trip. The steaks were fantastic - everything we...More
From the moment you walk in until you leave you are treated as if you are the only person in the restaurant. The food is beyond excellent and the freshness of the ingredients is evident in every bite. The Bistecca alla Florentina is probably the...More
We went there about a year ago. I reviewed it then but apparently the review didn't go through. Thei place was recommended by our hotel manager. While not 100% reliable our experience is that the vast majority of the time if your hotelier recommends something...More
The food in this place was amazing... We spent 2 evenings here and would defiantly go back. As we entered we were immediately greeted by a member of staff and made to feel welcome, (even though it was packed). After quizzing the waiter on what...More
Lovely little traditional trattoria in Florence. Nothing pretentious, just honest Tuscan food cooked beautifully. The house special appears to be a T bone streak that looks to be about 4 pounds in weight shared by two people. Note that you need to order potatoes and...More
I visited Antico Fattore for the first time one year ago with my parents. We had the best meal ever and the service was outstanding! I had the chance to go back to Florence this January with a friend from China and of course we...More
I’m sorry to say, dinner was really disappointing. Both the veal artichoke rolls and spinach with garlic tasted like lukewarm leftovers. Luckily, the panna cotta was quite delicious. Not sure if it was an off night for this place, but I’m not rushing back.
We walked past the restaurant and looking inside it seemed to be an attractive,old place just as we like them so we decided to make a reservation for dinner(amust) As it turned out it is one of the oldest restaurant in Florence(1865)and an institution ....More