Had an excellent meal at this restaurant close to Uffizi. Service was warm and friendly. The pasta dishes were very well cooked and they had an excellent caramel sauce for the panna cotta!
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We stumbled upon this restaurant without any research. It was a pleasant surprise. The pasta was delicious! We ordered gnochi, risotto, carbonara and wild boar. They were perfectly made. There is only one waiter for the restaurant so service can be a bit slow but...More
We were on our way to Roberto's then we ran into Aldo. With the language issue, he made it easy on us. We came back, great choice. With all my questions, it was whatever we wanted. He let us try the wine. Then there was...More
A smaller place with a warm welcome on entering.The waiter, Aldo, is very personable and helpful. Also speaks great English. The food was served quickly, hot and scrumptious. If you get by there please say ciao! to our waiter, Aldo. He made us feel welcome...More
This place wasn't so bad for the price. I thought the appetizers were better than the actual dishes themselves. They didn't seem to have been done with love. At the time, there only seemed to be 2 people working. The chef and the manager/serve/hostess. It...More
We loved everything we had for dinner there. Perfectly baked potato, succulent Florentine steak, wine, grilled vegetables. The service was nice and careful. We didn't know anything about the restaurant. I think we liked the look of it, so we entered. Lovely meal and time...More
My group stopped here for dinner. The group ordered the multi cheese gnocchi (excellent) the gnocchi with a cream and tomato sauce(excellent) the grilled chicken (ok, but kinda plain) and the thick spaghetti (extremely al dente, so very chewy and not something we would order...More