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Florentine trattories

January 16, 2020

Buche and beyond. Here is the best of traditional cuisine in town

Steak and tripe Florentine style, pappa al pomodoro, ribollita, Tuscan appetizers ... the Florentine cuisine is rich in tradition and taste. Here are the pillars of dishes made in Florence!

Buca Mario Buca Mario

Buca Mario

This buca is based in the sixteenth-century Palazzo Niccolini and counts celebrities such as Anthony Hopkins, Justin Bieber, Kirsten Dunst, Andrea Bocelli.

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Buca Lapi Buca Lapi

Buca Lapi

One of the city’s oldest and best-known buche. The kitchen is on show, a typical Tuscan and country atmosphere.

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Buca dell'Orafo Buca dell'Orafo

Buca dell'Orafo

In Florence they are called buche: basement workshops converted into wine cellars and then restaurants serving simple, traditional Florentine dishes.

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Trattoria dei 13 Gobbi Trattoria dei 13 Gobbi

Trattoria dei 13 Gobbi

Set in the heart of downtown Florence, in an old building, the restaurant offers genuine traditional Tuscan cooking.

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Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia

Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia

The most typical Trattoria in Florence. In addition to the classic Florentine-style steak, the must tries are artichoke pie and butter chicken breast.

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Coco Lezzone Coco Lezzone

Coco Lezzone

A typical early twentieth-century Florentine trattoria with checked tablecloths, friends chatting and portraits of famous customers hanging from the walls.

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Oliviero Oliviero

Oliviero

The 1960s celebrity restaurant. Here they dined at Fellini's at Loren, passing through Alberto Sordi, Liza Minelli, Ella Fitzgerald, Humphrey Bogart and Marcello Mastroianni, to the rhythm of spaghetti aglio, olio e peperoncino. In short, the corner of the Dolce Vita in Florence, a stone's throw, not surprisingly, from the ultra chic Via de' Tornabuoni. The menu changes seasonally and includes both meat and fish-based dishes, most of which are suitable for coeliac and vegetarian guests too. Italian wine list with a focus on Tuscan wines.




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Ristorante del Fagioli Ristorante del Fagioli

Ristorante del Fagioli

Open kitchen at the entrance and informal atmosphere. This restaurant serves typical Tuscan dishes prepared as per tradition: from pappa al pomodoro and ribollita to penne strascicate, from tripe to fried meatballs or with sauce to the famous Chianina beef steak. On the menu also some fish proposals, such as cod and cuttlefish in zimino.




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Cibreo ristorante Cibreo ristorante

Cibreo ristorante

Cibreo has been a sophisticated melting pot of aromas and flavours since 1979, with a sole conductor on the podium, Chef Fabio Picchi.

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La Giostra La Giostra

La Giostra

Established twenty years ago by Prince Dimitri Habsburg-Lorraine and his son Soldano, La Giostra is a cozy restaurant hidden from view and a favorite with world-famous celebrities.

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Trattoria Mario Trattoria Mario

Trattoria Mario

You cannot leave without having a taste of the delicious ribollita soup, Florentine-style T-bone steak, peposo and lampredotto, and sharing the table with other guests.

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Il Santo Bevitore Il Santo Bevitore

Il Santo Bevitore

In the heart of the Oltrarno area, a restaurant born out of the passion for cooking of three young Florentines serving elegantly-arranged creative cuisine, but in an informal setting.

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Cammillo Cammillo

Cammillo

Run by the same family since 1945, this is one of Florence’s most typical restaurants, frequented by both locals and tourists.

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Trattoria 4 leoni Trattoria 4 leoni

Trattoria 4 leoni

Typical Tuscan trattoria with large outdoor seating area in one of Florence’s loveliest squares. The story of Antica Trattoria e Fiaschetteria dei Quattro Leoni begins in the postwar period, when it  was a traditional Florentine wine shop. It still preserves an all-Tuscan atmosphere and style, with old ceilings, wooden beams, stone walls, red brick vaulting and terracotta-tiled flooring. 




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In this article we talked about Buca Mario, Buca Lapi, Buca dell'Orafo, Trattoria dei 13 Gobbi, Trattoria da Sostanza detto il Troia, Coco Lezzone, Oliviero, Ristorante del Fagioli, Cibreo ristorante, La Giostra, Trattoria Mario, Il Santo Bevitore, Cammillo, Trattoria 4 leoni

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