The feel here is more Munich beer hall than Florentine trattoria; indeed, although the menu lists plenty of Italian dishes, it also emphasizes sausages and sauerkraut. The würstel rossi con crauti, speck, e patate alla tedesca (a large and quite plump hotdog with sauerkraut, cured beef, potatoes, and pickles), for instance, comes with a dollop of spicy mustard. Heavy wooden tables are set closely together, and copies of 19th-century paintings adorn the intensely yellow walls, along with two frescoed Michelangelesque nudes that cavort over a brick arch. There's outside seating in warm weather—a great place to enjoy a beer.
Piazza Cimatori 1/r, Florence, 50122, Italy
Mar 17, 2008
its the best restaurant in firenze (or in Italy),, the raviolli al ragu is the best