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January 11, 2022

Best restaurants in Florence

Our ultimate guide for an unforgettable taste experience in the city

One of the beauties of Florence is definitely its cuisine. Made of rich flavors, simple ingredients, but with a strong personality. Like the queen of the Florentine table, the Bistecca (don't miss our suggestions with the best to taste in the city).

But we can't talk about restaurants in Florence without contemplating our beloved trattorias: places where the popular soul of a city finds its paradise and skillfully mixes with the true flavors of a cuisine that speaks exactly the same language. Here are born cult dishes such as ribollita, pappa al pomodoro just to name a few.

Trattoria Gargani

A tradition all Florentine is also that of the "buche", cozy and characteristic restaurants located in the cellars of ancient buildings, where, among excellent wines, succulent steaks, truffles, mushrooms and other delicacies, explode the flavors of the rich Tuscan cuisine.

When culinary excellence calls, Florence answers and we have decided to tell you the restaurants in the center of Florence absolutely to try, including typical, elegant, starred, fish, vegetarian, oriental and international cuisine and innovative.


Buca dell’Orafo
Via dei Girolami, 28/r
ph. +39 055 213619

This is one of the smallest potholes in Florence, open since 1945. If you order the ribollita, the Sangiovannese stew and the fried chicken, rabbit and artichokes you won't regret it, but the real cult items are the artichoke pie (in winter and spring) and the pork arista with potatoes. Close with candied baked pears and you're all set. Open. Capacity: 40 seats inside and outside.

Buca dell'Orafo

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Via del Trebbio, 1/r
ph. +39 055 213768

Open kitchen, rustic atmosphere representative of the highest Tuscan expression, on the walls posters that recall the history of the restaurant, when the fiaccherai stopped here to drink a glass of wine and eat a bowl of tripe served on a sheet of newspaper. The menu offers a wide range of dishes, including steak with charcoal and homemade pasta and desserts. Open with the usual evening hours.

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Buca Mario
Piazza degli Ottaviani, 16/r
ph. +39 055 214179

In this corner of the Florentine past, simple and genuine ingredients and traditional recipes, among which the artichoke flan, ribollita, pappardelle with wild boar sauce and grilled steak stand out. In winter, among the unfailing dishes, there are the ossobuco (marrow-bone) and the lombatina (loin of pork) with artichokes. Special features: a private room with an exit on the back. Maximum capacity: 140 seats and a small outdoor dehors. Open every evening for dinner from 19.00, for lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Buca Mario

Borgo San Jacopo, 57/r
ph. +39 055 212427

Next to the Florentine steak cooked on the grill over charcoal and the great fried foods, here are the handmade tortellini, heritage of Bruno from Bologna, father of Chiara Masiero (the current owner ed.) or the exotic dish of shrimp curry with rice and homemade mango chutney, served in Florence since the '50s. The oil and wine "of the house" are the organic ones of the farm Il Peraccio produced by Francesco, Chiara's brother. Wide selection of vegetarian and gluten-free food. Closed only on Wednesdays.


Coco Lezzone
Via del Parioncino, 26/r
ph. +39 055 287178

A typical Florentine trattoria from the early 1900s with checked tablecloths
, chats among friends, and on the walls portraits of artists and famous people who have passed through here. The typical dishes are pappa al pomodoro, ribollita, roast pork and an excellent steak that has the secret of being marinated in olive oil, salt and pepper before cooking. Open for both lunch and dinner, inside only with about thirty covers. Closed on Sundays and Tuesday evenings.

Coco Lezzone

Il Latini
Via dei Palchetti, 6/r - Palazzo Rucellai
ph. + 39 055 210916

The history of Il Latini restaurant is intertwined with the history of the city, with the history of Maria, Narciso's wife, who cooked the food that her husband brought to the tables set in the cellars of Palazzo Rucellai. Today, as then, at Il Latini you can eat ribollita and pappa al pomodoro, arista and wild boar.

Il Latini

Il Magazzino
Piazza della Passera, 2/3
ph. +39 055 215969

The lampredotto meatballs, ravioli stuffed with lampredotto and potato, linguine with black cabbage pesto and Florentine tripe are just some of the proposals, accompanied by a well-stocked wine list, which boasts 180 labels. Do not miss the Lampredotto with porcini mushrooms. Maximum capacity: 28 seats inside and 6 outside. Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday lunch only, Wednesday to Sunday: lunch from 12 to 15, dinner from 19 to 23.

Il Magazzino

Il Santo Bevitore
Via S. Spirito, 64/r
ph. +39 055 211264

In the heart of Oltrarno. Contemporary but intimate atmosphere, dinner by candlelight. Don't miss the terrine of chicken livers with Vin Santo and pan brioche or the beef tartare with crispy vegetables. The menu also includes dishes for celiacs and vegetarian dishes. The wine list is extensive and research. For an aperitif stop by Santino, a small wine shop right next to the restaurant. Maximum capacity: 50 seats inside and 25 outside. Opening hours: open for lunch from 12:30 to 14:30 and for dinner from 19:30 to 23:00.

Santo Bevitore

La Giostra
Borgo Pinti, 10/12/18r
ph. + 39 055 241341

Born twenty years ago from the passion of Prince Dimitri d'Asburgo Lorena and his son Soldano, La Giostra is an intimate and hidden restaurant, frequented by celebrities from all over the world. The most exclusive table is the imposing round table at the end of the room, reminiscent of King Arthur's table, where you can taste, among the cult dishes, the Carbonara di Tartufo Bianco or the Filetto con Funghi Porcini. Maximum capacity: 46 seats in the main dining room and 49 in the secondary one. Opening hours: for lunch from Monday to Friday from 12:30 to 14:30, for dinner from Monday to Sunday from 19 to 24. 

La giostra

Ristorante del Fagioli
Corso dei Tintori, 47/r
ph. + 39 055 244285

One of the few restaurants in the city that has remained under the same family management since '66. Here the dishes of Tuscan cuisine are prepared in full respect of tradition: from pappa al pomodoro to ribollita, to penne strascicate, from tripe to fried meatballs or meat in sauce to end with the famous Chianina steak. Always open for lunch and dinner except on Sundays. Maximum capacity: 20 place settings.

Ristorante del fagioli

Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia
Via Del Porcellana, 25/r
ph. + 39 055 212691

Where can you eat a good steak in Florence? Before going into the merits of Florentine steaks, it is worth remembering that this one in Via del Porcellana is the most literary address in the city. In addition to the classic Florentine steak, among the cult dishes there is the artichoke pie and chicken breast with butter. All cooked on a kitchen without a stove, with wood embers. Always open except Sundays. Lunch hours: 12:30 -14:00; Dinner hours: 19:30 - 21:45. Maximum capacity: 30 place settings.

Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia

Trattoria dei 13 Gobbi
Via del Porcellana, 9/r
ph. +39 055 284015

Specialties of the house are the incomparable rigatoni served in the glass soup tureen and the inevitable sliced beef served on the log. All accompanied by a wine list that includes the best labels. It is also possible to request a celiac or vegetarian menu. There is something for everyone! Open both for lunch and dinner.

13 Gobbi

Trattoria Gargani
Via del Moro, 48/r
ph. + 39 055 2398898

A meeting place for artists and intellectuals, the trattoria is characterized by its decorated walls and informal, fun atmosphere. Today the restaurant relies on the experience of Chef Elio Cotza, who has worked alongside Giuliano since the very beginning, and who together with Andrea Gargani carries on this exciting adventure. Among the cult dishes are the spaghettino with raw artichokes, the escalope with avocado and the legendary cheese-cake.

Trattoria Gargani

Trattoria Mario
Via Rosina, 2r
ph. + 39 055 218550

Open since 1953, still family-run for about four generations, the trattoria is framed in a sixteenth century building, the current Palazzo Alessandri, inside which you can breathe in the strong smell of Tuscan products, strictly fresh (you shop at the Central Market every morning). As per tradition, here you can not fail to taste the excellent ribollita, the Florentine steak, peposo or lampredotto. Always open for lunch except Sunday, and also for dinner on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Trattoria Mario


Caffè dell'Oro
Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli, 2P
ph. +39 055 2726 8912

Restaurant and bistro of the Lungarno Collection, a step away from Portrait Firenze, is the most beautiful view of Ponte Vecchio. A 'living room with kitchen', soft and cozy. Here the kitchen, presents a menu full of authentic flavors and tasty combinations, choosing daily fresh products to elaborate its dishes of the day. A cult for this winter? The ravioli stuffed with parmesan cheese with chicken ramen broth and Kombu seaweed. All this in an elegant location inspired by the sophisticated atmosphere of the 50s, to fall in love with Florence through the wonderful view of Ponte Vecchio, from such a privileged position. Maximum capacity: indoor hall 35 seats, outdoor dehor 21. Hours: from 7am to 10pm with the new chef Antonio Minichiello.

Caffè dell'Oro

Atelier de' Nerli
Piazza de' Nerli, 9r
ph. + 39 338 5988273

From the creative inspiration of Daniele Cavalli, a place of art, craftsmanship and quality cuisine, which combines the gastronomic experience, with clear Tuscan roots, the love for handmade and the esprit of today's artists - painters, photographers and sculptors - whose works are hosted and for sale, in the restaurant. At the center of it all: true Florentine artisanal craftsmanship, of which the restaurant makes itself a true atelier. Choose the scallops sautéed in butter with artichokes sautéed in chili and parsley, or the filet with three peppers with Worcester cream and Dijon mustard. Hours: Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 3 p.m. and 7 to 10:30 p.m.  

Atelier de Nerli

Cantinetta Antinori
Piazza degli Antinori, 3
ph. +39 055 292234

Since 1957 Cantinetta Antinori has been one of Florence's most renowned places for wine and cuisine. It is located in Piazza Antinori (which intersects with Via de' Tornabuoni), on the ground floor of the prestigious building of the same name. An elegant and discreet environment, where it is possible to taste the entire range of a wide selection of Antinori wines. Cantinetta Antinori's cuisine is based on the care with which the ingredients are researched and selected, favoring seasonal and local products, most of which come from the Tuscan territory: choose cecina with squid and shrimps, ossobuco of veal Florentine style and pappardelle with Tuscan ragout. Open Monday through Saturday for lunch from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and for dinner from 7 to 10:30 p.m. From 15.30 to 19.30 you can also have an aperitif.

Cantinetta Antinori

Cibreo Ristorante
Via del Verrocchio, 8r
ph. + 39 055 2341100

Captained by chef and kitchen man Fabio Picchi, a true cult place of an ancient Florence and lover of elegantly authentic flavors. The fish is from the Tuscan sea, the radicchios come from the vegetable gardens of farmers in the province of Florence, the cheeses from local shepherds, the oregano is only that of Francesca di Pantelleria, the oldest supplier; and then Sicilian lemons, truffles from San Miniato, Calabrian clementines, and pasta from Puglia. Since 1979, Cibreo has been a refined melting pot of flavors and fragrances, with a single orchestra director, chef Fabio Picchi. To be tasted the past of yellow peppers, the cod Cassi style, the stuffed neck and the Florentine stew.

Cibreo Ristorante

Cucina Torcicoda
Via Torta, 5r
ph. + 39 055 2654329

A great innovative concept, designed by the architect Luigi Fragola, that winds through three different rooms - restaurant, osteria and pizzeria - each with its own vocation, menu and atmosphere. Mediterranean gourmet cuisine, among the must the Angus fillet and the Torcicoda crumble. The restaurant offers menus for celiacs and vegetarians, the menu includes almost 300 wine labels. A piece of advice? Reserve the large backlit onyx table that overlooks the inner courtyard, surrounded by greenery.

Cucina Torcicoda

Harry’s Bar
Lungarno Vespucci, 22r
ph. +39 055 2396700

Paloma Picasso, Burt Lancaster, Margot Hemingway, Paul Newman, Robin Williams, Franco Zeffirelli, Elizabeth Taylor, Chelsea Clinton are just some of the personalities that this historic restaurant has hosted over 50 years of history. Outdoor dehor with a wonderful view of the Lungarno, impeccable service, among the dishes that you can not miss the Taglierini au gratin à la Harry's Bar, curried shrimp tails, beef tartare. During the week, for lunch, interesting vegetarian and celiac proposals. An advice, don't leave without having tasted the historical Bellini cocktail. Open every day at lunch and dinner from 12 to 23. Maximum capacity: 40 seats outside and 60 inside.

Harry's Bar Firenze

The Place Firenze
Piazza Santa Maria Novella, 7
ph + 39 055 2645181

The Place Firenze is the new space annexed to the Hotel, ideal for a healthy breakfast in the shade, a perfect cocktail with friends or an intimate dinner with genuine Italian cuisine, in the muffled and magical atmosphere of Piazza Santa Maria Novella. Open from 7.30 am with breakfast starting at 11 pm: five tables, in a reserved position, where you can have lunch or dinner on a comfortable armchair or near the fireplace. The pride of the restaurant is the beautiful terrace, located in Piazza Santa Maria Novella with the church as a backdrop.

The Place Firenze

Cibrèo Ristorante - Helvetia & Bristol Firenze – Starhotels Collezione
Via dei Vecchietti, 5 50123 Florence - Italy
ph. + 39 055 2665651

The iconic Cibrèo doubles its presence in the city center of Florence by opening a brand new Cibrèo Restaurant in the exclusive location of the historic Helvetia & Bristol Firenze - Starhotels Collezione. The new Cibrèo Ristorante offers a brand new menu based on highly selected Italian specialties. Among the dishes to be tried are the Crespelle di Ricotta with White Meat Ragout, symbol of the generosity of Cibrèo's cuisine, the Filetto di Fassona Piemontese, spokesman for the quality and excellence of Italian raw materials, and L'Abetone, a dessert that with its elegant asymmetry winks at the traditional Mont Blanc and becomes a symbol of the Florentine provocation typical of Cibrèo. Making the new Cibrèo opening even more sophisticated and unique is the brand new Cocktail Bar, with brand new signature cocktails, a classic selection of international cocktails and a wide range of spirits and liqueurs.

Cibrèo Ristorante - Sala & Cocktail Bar

Se-Sto on Arno (Westin Excelsior)
Piazza Ognissanti, 3
ph +39 055 27152783

On the sixth floor of The Westin Excelsior, it's a futuristic structure made of continuous glass windows that offers one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the city. A word of advice? Choose table 41, with a view of the Arno right in front of the Duomo. Among the exclusive dishes on the menu are: Tagliatella with rabbit and rosemary, leek cream and black truffle, braised pork cheek and soft polenta bramata. Maximum capacity: 80 place settings. Opening hours 12-22pm.

Se-Sto on Arno


Piazza di Cestello, 3R
ph. +39 055 247 6956

"We don't just serve food, we try to create experiences that the customer can enjoy as a whole. We work with ethics and integrity, we try to build something stable, lasting and recognizable." This is just part of the philosophy in the kitchen of young chef Simone Cipriani, soul of Essenziale, a restaurant in the heart of Oltrarno where empathy is everything. Wide tables, high ceilings, sofas from real space leaving, away the tablecloth and cutlery, but not only, because Essenziale also abolishes the menu. Simone's philosophy is very precise and has always been in favor of an informal style and forerunner, since not suspicious times, of all those little details that have transformed high level catering into a usable product, not only in the dishes.


Io Osteria Personale
Borgo San Frediano, 167/r
ph. + 39 055 9331341

The IO Osteria has a name, and it is that of Matteo Fantini, a visionary chef who had the courage a few years ago to open an unconventional restaurant in Florence: in the heart of the Oltrarno a small place that is a real melting pot of culinary inspirations. The tables are placed next to the walls, in the background the bar counter, on the walls the blackboards where the dishes are drawn with chalk. A few dishes for each course and a seasonal rotation: if you want you can choose the tastings, to be composed at will. 

Io Osteria Personale

Oltremodo - Caffè e cucina km 0
Piazza del Carmine, 5/6R
ph: + 39 055 709 3198

Located in Oltrarno, Oltremodo offers an innovative cuisine, reinterpreting the Tuscan tradition in a modern way. Products at km 0 and dishes that boast unmistakable flavors enhancing the ethics of sustainable and genuine cuisine. The raw material is the heart of the restaurant and is selected with the greatest possible care. The experience and creativity of the chef enhance the scents, colors and flavors of our dishes, creating an unforgettable atmosphere of music, wine and good food. Open for lunch and dinner, from 10:00 to 23:00. Every Thursday appointment with live music.

Oltremodo Firenze


Cestello Ristoclub
Piazza di Cestello, 8
ph. +39 055 264536

With a splendid view of Piazza del Cestello, where in summer there is a cool dehor in the shade of the church of the same name, here is an excellent fish restaurant in Florence. Distinguishing features: here it is the customer who decides the menu, choosing the fresh fish of the day in front of the fish market, which Gabriele and Daniele, the Chefs, then transform into refined dishes. Among the unmissable: grand plateau of Crudo, oysters and Iranian Beluga caviar. And attention: here you can also buy fish and cook it at home.

Il Cestello

Fuor d'acqua
Via Pisana, 37/r
ph. +39 055 222299

A characteristic of the restaurant is the choice to serve only the catch of the day: guaranteed freshness in this undisputed reference point for seafood cuisine. Simple or elaborate recipes according to tradition such as Catalana, paccheri alla Trabaccolara and starters, raw or hot, which are one of the specialties together with the great dishes of raw fish. Desserts are strictly homemade. A few steps from the door of San Frediano, the restaurant was born in an old coach depot renovated respecting the original features of Tuscan architecture. Open from 19 to 23 except on Sundays and Mondays.

Fuor d'acqua

Marina di Santo Spirito
Via Maffia, IC
ph. +39 333 3178831

An old carpenter's shop in the historic center of Florence that has been reborn and become a renowned restaurant. In the neighborhood of Santo Spirito, an original restaurant with stone floor of the fourteenth century, leather sofas and chairs, antiques hanging on the walls and a small stage for live music. On the menu, excellent fish dishes and as a grand finale, the guitar played by the owner, who delights her customers at the end of the evening.

Marina di Santo Spirito


Enoteca Pinchiorri
Via Ghibellina, 87
ph. +39 055 242777 - 242757

The temple of taste in Florence, three Michelin stars. Giorgio Pinchiorri and Annie Feolde, of different origins but with the same passion that has led them over the last 40 years to create something unique. Don't miss the exploration of the proposals based on the quality of the raw materials of Annie Feolde and her kitchen brigade, led by Chefs Riccardo Monco and Alessandro Della Tommasina. As well as the wine cellar, among the first in the world, characterized by two wine lists, Italian and international, and by a series of unique tastings, for a total of over 4000 labels. Among the unmissable dishes, the "Sandwich of anchovies, arugula extract, vegetable giardiniera with alpine butter and caramelized onion ice cream. Maximum capacity: 45 seats, open for dinner.

Enoteca Pinchiorri

Atrium Bar - Four Seasons Hotel Firenze
Borgo Pinti, 99
ph. +39 055 2626450

The elegant bar and lounge with an international feel of the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, which in summer opens onto the terraces of the magnificent Giardino della Gherardesca, offers, in addition to its a la carte menu and iconic cocktails, some of the signature dishes of Il Palagio, the hotel's starred restaurant led by Chef Paolo Lavezzini. In spring and summer, always in the park setting, grilled specialties and the signature pizza of Romualdo Rizzuti, Tre Spicchi del Gambero Rosso, also return. Evening opening from 7pm to 10.30pm.

Atrium Bar

Ora d’Aria
Via Dei Georgofili, 11/r
ph. + 39 055 2001699

A column of Florentine haute cuisine, with two tasting menus and the à la carte choice, where the egg and grandmother's rituals, risotto and guinea fowl, roasted pigeon etouffè with apple and puntarelle and venison steak dominate. But here the real discovery is chef Marco Stabile: shyness and genius, an affability that surprises you, dish after dish, and a wisdom that never revels in the results achieved but always goes a little further. Maximum capacity: 26 seats, open only in the evening from 19.30 to 22.00. Closed on Sunday.

Ora d'Aria

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura
Piazza della Signoria, 10
ph. + 39 055 7592 7038

When fashion and cuisine come together, the result is surprising. In the dreamy spaces of Gucci Garden, the iconic realm of the famous brand of Florentine origins, a concentration of beauty and flamboyance a stone's throw from Michelangelo's David. At the helm of the kitchen is chef Karime Lopez, a Michelin star (the first Mexican woman ever and also the only lady to be awarded a Red Star in 2020), a student of the great Massimo Bottura, who strongly wanted her at the helm of his Florentine brigade. On the menu, Mexico's Tostada of purple corn with a sensational bonito underneath, Japan's Taka Bun, a steamed bao with pork belly. Also, the Emilia Burger, the hamburger with which Bottura defeated Shake Shack in New York five years ago. In the dining room, an excellent Damiano Barbato is the icing on the cake of a unique experience.

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura

Borgo San Jacopo
Borgo San Jacopo, 62/R, 50125 Firenze
ph. +39 055 281661 - 342 1234710 (per prenotazioni via Whatsapp)

Romantic and panoramic, this is the starred restaurant of Hotel Lungarno, where you can enjoy a high gastronomic experience, with a unique view of Ponte Vecchio, which can be enjoyed even better from the intimate terrace that juts out over the Arno. Executive chef Claudio Mengoni offers a true and sincere cuisine, where ingredients find creativity and rigor, creating memorable flavors, colors and shapes. In addition to the a la carte menu, there are two tasting menus with many unmissable dishes: Cotto e Crudo di verdure con gelato ai funghi porcini e melassa di fichi; Maialino da latte in porchetta con scorzonera, scalogno al porto e senape di Digione and Risotto ai ricci di mare, colatura, alici e frisella al focchietto. Open for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday from 7pm to 10pm.

Arno view from Terrace Borgo San Jacopo Restaurant Florence

La Leggenda dei Frati
Costa San Giorgio, 6/a
ph. +39 055 0680545

Una stella Michelin. All’interno del magnifico complesso Museale di Villa Bardini, da cui si gode di una delle più belle viste sulla città si trova un luogo di cucina allo stesso tempo innovativa e legata alla cultura gastronomica del territorio. Una cucina totale in cui la bellezza del pasto non risiede solo nel cibo ma nell’armonia scaturita dall’incontro tra arte e cucina. Filippo Saporito ne è chef e patron insieme alla moglie, la chef Ombretta Giovannini.

La leggenda dei Frati

Santa Elisabetta - Hotel Brunelleschi
Piazza Santa Elisabetta, 3
ph. +39 055 2737673

Chef Rocco de Santis has a remarkable curriculum, ranging from the big names of Campania's catering - Gennaro Esposito, first of all, but also Pino Lavarra at Rossellini's, Andrea Aprea at Comandante dell'hotel Romeo in Naples and Pierfranco Ferrara at Faro di Capo d'Orso - to the collaboration as chef de partie with Georges Blanc at Vonnas. From each of them, the chef learned an important lesson for his cuisine at Santa Elisabetta, the elegant gourmet restaurant of Hotel Brunelleschi, for which he takes care of the whole gastronomical proposal. Two Michelin stars.

Santa Elisabetta


Koko Restaurant - Sushi bar
Piazza Ferrucci, 4-5r
ph. +39 055 6587428

Elegant restaurant and sushi bar. The menu has many surprises in store, including an endless choice of carpaccio, chirashi and maki, to be enjoyed at one of the tables in the elegant Tatami room. Open every day from 12:00 to 15:30 for lunch and from 18:30 to 23:00 for dinner. Both indoor and outdoor seating available.


Via dei Benci, 41r
ph. +39 055 2008009

It has three levels: Kome's entrance opens onto Kaiten Sushi, where the varieties of sushi, and not only, are arranged on a treadmill that runs in front of the counter. On the upper floor, Kome proposes for the first time in Italy the Yakiniku cuisine, that is grilled food. Customers can order fish and meat from the daily menus offered by the kitchen, personally checking the cooking of the food. Reservation is recommended here. The third level of the restaurant, on the lower floor, hosts the Sushi Gallery Izakaya, a private area with a wine corner and a sake bar. Open daily for dinner from 7pm.

Kome - Sushi and BBQ Restaurant

Borgo San Frediano, 10r
ph. +39 055 291840

A journey to the Japanese flavors of Momoyama, in the heart of Oltrarno. The raw cuisine directed by Gabriel Camara offers the classics of Japanese tradition. Excellent also the cooked Japanese cuisine of chef Lorenzo d'Agnello. Always open for dinner with the possibility to eat in the renovated courtyard. Maximum capacity: 70 people.


Via Luigi Carlo Farini, 2a
ph. 055 2480888

Only kosher food cooked in the two separate kitchens so that the dishes cannot "contaminate" each other, as per tradition. A vegetarian meeting place where you can eat among the cult dishes the shakshuka, lentil soup, Falafel, Cous cous with vegetables, Streussel with apples and almonds. To frame a cozy place, a crossroads of travelers, with drawings and cartoons hanging on the walls, books on Judaism and an owner who explains and recounts each dish served, with passion and kindness. A touch of Jewish culture to enjoy at the table. Always open, even for breakfast, from 9:00 am. Lunch until 2pm and dinner from 6pm to 10pm. Maximum capacity: 25 seats inside and 12 in the outdoor area.


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