A little bit of a walk from where we were staying, but well worth searching for. A delicious meal, cold beer and great wine at a very reasonable price. Two of us had osso buco, one pork cinta, and the other pasta with pepper. Sides...More
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Great food, good service. Booked a table by phone this evening and was pleased we did. Dining with daughter and friend late on in the evening after a busy and tiring day in Florence. Very reasonable prices. Full of locals which always says something about...More
We came here as a recommendation from a local.... it was the typical Italian osteria. Very informal but very cosy. There's a simple menu with simple dishes but don't be fooled... just because they're simple doesn't mean they aren't delicious! We both ordered pasta (we're...More
I ordered the grilled chicken and it was pretty terrible. The meat was chewy and rubbery, parts of it was undercooked even. The dish was literally an entire grilled chicken beast with some shredded letteus and some sauce. Only the sauce was worth it and...More
The first time we went here the service was ok but tonight (the 15th of May) it was very slow (getting the menu, check, change etc. all took a long time) and uninspired. The food is quite ok though and good value given the low...More
Good sized portions of tasty pasta and risotto and very drinkable house wine, at a reasonable price. The Florentine steak looked fabulous, sadly when we returned the next day to try it the restaurant was closed. Would go again.
The food was genuine and delicious. We always order dishes that are not familiar. If they are tasty we then try to work out how we might cook them. The waiter was charming and efficient. What more can you ask of a restaurant: original delicious...More
This little restaurant was recommended by our B&B. It is a small little casual place with excellent food. The staff were friendly and doted on us. We had a beef with tomato dish and a pasta with duck sauce, both were fresh and delish!