If you love pate, you can't miss the signature "foie gras of Chianti" house-made chicken liver pate. With only three tables and long benches, the atmosphere is relaxed and convivial.Foursquare - May 2017
Extremely tasty and a bit expensive. Very small and cozy place.GooglePlace - September 2016
Alfonzo Altamar Pereira
Fabulous place, busy and small so I recommend you to call in advance, but it was my best dinner in the whole town. I loved it.GooglePlace - June 2016
marvellous peposo!Foursquare - February 2016
Отличная паста с трюфелем. Немного не в центре. Но очень уютно и вкусно!Foursquare - July 2015
One of my favorite meals in Florence. Total hole-in-the-wall, 10-min taxi from center city. Don't miss the truffle ravioli and cheesecake. Make a reservation as this is literally 3 benches.Foursquare - June 2015
GooglePlace - January 2015
Posto fantastico, unico nel suo genere e con grandi piatti, degni da cucina di alto livello.Foursquare - November 2014
Spazi minimi, grandi piatti.Foursquare - May 2014
Ravioli al tartufo imperdibiliiiiiiiFoursquare - April 2014
truffle heaven.Foursquare - May 2013
Everything is really delicious! Especially if you came here after Rome.Foursquare - May 2013
Great truffle ravioli! Cute and cozy. Not near city center but worth the walk.GooglePlace - November 2012
A Google User
Osteria delle Tre Panche, located just outside the city center of Florence, opened in 1986 by Chefs Elisabetta and Saverio Farro. Literally translated as “Three Benches,” Tre Panche is Florence’s smallest restaurant. With only three benches in the entire restaurant to sit at, it is not the size, but the quality of food that makes this little restaurant so special.
To begin, the owner brought over complimentary bread for the table, with a spicy tomato topping. Friends who previously visited this restaurant recommended the meatball appetizer, a beef with balsamic sauce, and the “tortelli di pecorino di fossa al tartufo,” translated as pecorino-filled ravioli with fresh truffle. I ordered the ravioli, which were large and stuffed with a mild pecorino that complimented the dish’s sweet cream sauce. The entire dish was coated with fresh truffle, much more than I was expecting. Although the ravioli were on the more expensive side (20 euro), they were excellent and worth the extra cost.
As if the meal wasn’t good enough, the cheesecake dessert blew me away, and I can say with confidence that it was the best cheesecake I have ever had. Homemade with their secret recipe, Tre Panche brought the plain cheesecake out warm, served a way I have never experienced. Even if full, the cheesecake is a must-order.
One should not overlook the small Osteria delle Tre Panche. Its atmosphere, quality of food, and service make this restaurant stand out among others, and it is a great restaurant to visit when in Florence.GooglePlace - March 2010