Thoroughly enjoyed this trattoria. It was the nearest to our hotel so no preconceptions and initially we were just looking for a quick snack. But once inside we were immediately aware we must have landed on a proper local dining spot. Tables were spacious allowing for conversational intimacy, linen was crisp and fresh and the general feeling was of high calibre friendliness. Signed photos on the walls indicated some kind of artistic connection..upon closer inspection it became clearer these were not actors but opera singers (we later discovered we in an opera neighbourhood). Service was brisk, kind and punctual. And when we saw the menu we became extremely excited. It was clear fortune had not abused our ignorance (which is usually the case when your surroundings are unfamiliar) but instead provided us a chance encounter with an exceptional destination. Stews, wild bar, venison...these kinds of seasonal tuscan delights with an emphasis on white beans and pasta. We went again the following day with an Italian who informed us the region is also known for soups so followed his lead and enjoyed a great pumpkin soup with lightly 'tempura'd' vegetables and another helping of wild boar pappardelle.GooglePlace - November 2017
Nice and cosy place to eat very good typical tuscan dishes. It worth a dinner. My favourite restaurant in FlorenceGooglePlace - November 2017
Very nice restaurant with good food for reasonable prices.GooglePlace - July 2017
Service was pretty slow, although they were crowded when I visited as it was 8:00 p.m. on a Friday night. They did try to make up for it with friendly service.
Their pasta dishes are good with generous serving portions. Nice atmosphere for casual and fun dining.GooglePlace - May 2017
Best "bistecca alla Fiorentina" ever, loved it. Really polite personnel, very welcoming atmosphere, highly recommended GooglePlace - April 2017