The decor and the upmarket setting of this restaurant is impressive. However the food was a little pricey.
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The restaurant is part of the residence of a noble family and the main room was painted by an artist in the 18th century, and the meal still steals the show! This was our third visit and it has been better each time. It is...More
My wife and I visited Florence last month for our honeymoon and decided to try out Ciro and Sons for lunch because of their gluten free options and location near the Medici Chapel. Ciro and Sons knocked it out of the park with what might...More
Gluten free food is so amazing I can’t really describe it! Pizza was just like a normal one with the choice of toppings endless. Very attentive staff from Chef to waiters. We felt at the end we were almost like family! They made us feel...More
My husband has celiac disease so we were most excited to try the pizza at Ciro & Sons on our recent trip to Florence. We ate there twice in our three nights in Florence. The staff was so kind to us and helped us through...More
When traveling with our 3 kids (one with Celiac disease, and one allergic to tree nuts) we do extensive research of restaurants prior to departure. I generally look for gluten free options on other websites and then double check on TripAdvisor to be sure it...More
Quite simply the best lasagne we have ever eaten! Great decor and very attentive staff would thoroughly recommend this restaurant if you are staying in Florence. The wine was a bit expensive but overall 120 euros for a three course meal with drinks was well...More