5 unmissable restaurants in Florence

5 unmissable restaurants in Florence

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Gastronomy is undoubtedly one of the highlights of a trip to Italy! You can eat very well in all regions of the country, which bring together very high quality ingredients and typical dishes. I have just returned from Firenze, where I had excellent gastronomic experiences, and therefore, I will share in this post 5 unmissable restaurants in Florence! So, make a note of this list for when you’re in the city. Take the opportunity to also read: Interview with chef Paolo Lavezzini, from Four Seasons Firenze.

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Unmissable restaurants in Florence

Antico Ristoro di Cambi

Since 1950, the restaurant has been offering typical Tuscan cuisine, passed down from generation to generation. In a cozy environment, also frequented by locals, there is a showcase where sausages, seasonal fruits, vegetables and meats are displayed. In the cellar, there are more than 100 Tuscan wine labels that pair perfectly with the dishes. Furthermore, the classic menu offers varied pasta and meat options such as Florentine steak. In other words, a legitimate trattoria!

End: Via Sant’Onofrio, 1R, 50124.

Antinori wine cellar

This restaurant in Florence is certainly a well-kept secret! It is located right in the historic center, on the ground floor of Palazzo Antinori, a building with Florentine architecture from the mid-15th century. This sophisticated cantina belongs to the Antinori family, which has been producing wines for over 600 years. The atmosphere is elegant, and the menu focuses on seasonal and local ingredients, mainly from Tuscany. The vegetables, for example, come from the gardens of the Florentine hills, while the olive oils are produced on the estates of Antinori, in Tuscany. I had tagliolini with fish ragu that was divine! Furthermore, the cantina also offers a great selection of wines.

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End: Piazza degli Antinori, 3, 50123.

The Palace

At Four Seasons Firenze, the one-Michelin-starred restaurant is surrounded by beautiful gardens and very elegantly decorated. In charge, chef Paolo Lavezzini – who lived in Brazil for 10 years – offers international cuisine, with an emphasis on Tuscan products, always fresh and of the highest quality. In addition to the à la carte menu, there are also two tasting menu options, five and eight steps. A highlight is the agnolotti with cheese and truffles, one of their trademarks in Florence!

End: Borgo Pinti, 99, 50121.

Osteria Gucci

With a Michelin star, the restaurant is part of the Gucci complex, which in addition to the restaurant has a bar and museum. Therefore, with a refined atmosphere and modern cuisine, Osteria Gucci features the innovative cuisine of Mexican chef Karime Lopez, supervised by the award-winning Massimo Botura, one of the most renowned chefs in the world! Furthermore, the tasting menu, which can be seven or nine steps, takes you on a true trip around the world, with Asian and Mexican influences. With delicate presentations and beautiful crockery, spaghetti with artichoke ceviche and steamed bread with pork belly are some of the dishes on the sophisticated menu. In other words, one of the unmissable restaurants in Florence!

End: P.za della Signoria, 10, 50122.

Osteria delle Tre Panche

Restaurant located on the terrace of the charming Hotel Hermitage, facing the Ponte Vecchia. With an elegant but relaxed atmosphere, it offers views of the rooftops of Florence's historic center. Tre Panche's cuisine favors local producers, and mixes traditional Italian cuisine with innovation. The menu features unique dishes accompanied by truffles, a typical delicacy from some regions of Italy! So last on our list of unmissable restaurants in Florence.

End: Vicolo Marzio, 1, 50122.

And you, did you already know any of these? Tell us in the comments!

Text and photos by Renata Araujo.