This is in one of my favorite squares in Florence. We had lunch in the tunnel. Charming waiter and great food! They even have their own wine.
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Amazing little traditional place in a nice piazza , the food was just delicious, the best we had while we were in Florence. We tried different starters and mains and it was a wonderful experience . We will come back for sure !
A perfect place to eat in Florence. All his dishes are full of taste, tradional one. We strongly recommend. We will be back soon. ❤ his Carbonata. Loredana and Paul.
Very frustrating experience as waiter ignored repeated requests to bring food while dealing with some larger groups that arrived later. Drinks were of course brought quickly so you had to at least stay for them. Prices on menu did not reflect prices for sitting outdoors....More
Thank you Grazziano for this great tasting stopover! We had delicious small plates with all kind of typical and traditional Italian tastes. Accompanied with Tuscan wine this a great spot for a quick panini or for Italian tapas not to miss!
Visited Florence a few years ago and Pizzicheria Antonio Porrati was excellent place! Original Italian cuisine combined with architecture and warm friendly people!
We arrived in Florence too late for lunch, way too early for dinner, and we were very hungry. Antonio prepped a small table in the corner of his small deli, papered it as a table cloth, and poured us some wine. Then we ate magnificent...More
As Jake said to Elwood Blues, "they got everything here!" On top of a good selection of panino sandwiches, this unpretentious, uber friendly neighbourhood food emporium features lots of restaurant mains and side dishes at most reasonable prices. We stopped here for lunch on a...More
The reviews of this deli are much better then the actual food. Very nice men behind the counter tables on top of each other in the rear. Limited food choices but the food was good. I would not return.
We first ate here in 2013 when we stumbled upon it one late Sunday afternoon during the last week of a one-month stay in Florence. The food was outstanding and authentic, and the entire staff (although they speak little to no English) treated us like...More