The concierge of Our Hotel Duomo recommended this restaurant and the food and wine were wonderful. I had incredibly fresh mussels!
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Fed up with just pasta and pizzas? This is the place to come. Family run restaurant with distinctive food. Excellent quality dishes and friendly service and chef. Short walk from the Duomo.
We ventured here for lunch one day and were so impressed that we had dinner here a few days later. Dinner did not disappoint! It was delicious! The presentation was amazing and the quality of food was so great! I strongly recommend the chocolate tasting...More
We had dinner here on a Wednesday night and expected it to be really busy but was surprisingly quiet. It definitely pays to walking off the beaten track to find this gem. Fantastic quality food, fine dining experience without the price tag. I had the...More
This review would have been a 4 if 4 meant good as it definetly was above average. Stopped there for lunch and it was relatively quiet. I went for the deli counter option and my friend went for the gnocchi (which I was told was...More
A very special experience. It's clear, the great care that staff take with every dish. Very warm and welcoming staff. The restaurant itself is "cosy" as another reviewer mentions.
We sat in the entry area, next to the deli counter. Lovely sandwiches made with fresh bread and local ingredients, lightly toasted, and a glass of cold beer. Perfect for a quick light lunch.
Amazing cooking in this small restaurant. Don't eat a la carte but let the kitchen surprise you! Beautiful presented dishes with a good winemenu to accompany the dishes. The het meal we had in Firenze.
We ate here twice, once alone, once with friends. The food is amazing, but what was unparalleled in Florence is the dining experience at Osteria de L'Ortolano: it is like being served a formal dinner in a home. The dining area is intimate and cosy,...More
My husband and I were in Florence with our adult daughter who is a private chef in New York. She recommended eating dinner at Osteria De L'Ortolano. It was truly the best eating experience of our trip to Rome and Florence. The Cordon Bleu trained...More