Nice restaurant, tucked away a bit from the busy "touristy" options on the main square. My husbands vegetable and bread soup was delicious, and we both enjoyed our pasta dishes.
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This place was around the corner from where we stayed in Florence. We ordered coccoli fritti with prosciutto & stracchino (fried dough with Parma ham and soft cheese), osso buco, pasta and house wine. The Good Lord could have taken us after that meal! It...More
We chose this traditional Italian restaurant as it was on a list of recommended restaurants at the hotel we were staying in. My wife uses a wheelchair and on arriving we struggled a little with the door and there were no staff to assist or...More
Our first dinner was so good that, during our short stay in Florence, we returned for lunch a couple of days later. The shared carpaccio, the osso bucco and the chicken cacciatore were all delicious. At lunch time, the padtas were great and the tiramisu...More
This restaurant was handy for our hotel. We had eaten here about 10 years ago and really enjoyed the food. I have to say that i think the standard has fallen. It was ok but not as special as we remember. The English menu was...More
Pepo was recommended by our host after we arrived relatively late to our accommodation and were eating at around 9pm. It was a short walk to the Mercarto Centrale and compared to the nearby more touristy restaurants was a welcome relief tucked away on the...More
Dined in the Pepo on the off chance, have found that the best restaurants in Florence are tucked away down the side streets. As soon as you walk in the Pepo, your met by the proprietor with a lovely smile. The food in Pepo is...More