We stumbled across this charming restaurant by chance as wanted a place to eat fairly close to the Piazza Michelangelo, a hill with breath taking views of Florence, especially at sunset.
The décor is stunning, old fashioned , beautiful paintings and trinkets from the past.
We felt a great atmosphere immediately.
The waiter, a son in the family business, was extremely helpful and courteous, explaining the dishes, the wines and how dishes were prepared.
He told us about the history of the restaurant, how his father is now the chef as was his grandmother before him.
The food and wine were exquisite and we were offered some Grappa to try and home made biscottes, as a courtesy whilst he explained the history of both.
We would certainly return if ever in Florence.
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