Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Florence, Province of Florence, Italy. History and art converge in the open-air museum that is Florence, the capital of the Italian Renaissance. A typical day can consist of charming walks through historic streets, alternating between popular shops with local products and savory bites of food. A stroll along the river Arno will delight anyone with the colors of the Ponte Vecchio. Relax at night with a lively aperitif in Santo Spirito, a beer in Piazza Santa Croce or an amazing panoramic view from Piazzale Michelangelo.
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4 based on 161 reviews
High quality Chinese cuisine. Selected raw materials and original recipes of oriental cuisine meticulously prepared by expert chefs.
Nice restaurant with beautiful furnitures. The best Chinese food, good quality, very clean and friendly staffs. We had the magic night in ristorante arte dâOriente!
4 based on 150 reviews
Osteria al 3 is a pizzeria with Tuscany food and steakhouse. We are in the center of Florence in piazza dell'Indipendenza and we have a beautifull garden.
We stayed 3 days in Florence and we had dinner at this place twice! Delicious Italian food, great service, lovely garden at the back. We loved the bruschetta, the lazania and the tortellini! And the panacota with the riginal chocolate topping!! On the second day we tried the tomato soup and the ravioli. Good dishes but not so much close to our flavor. Actually, the soup had lot of bread inside that didn't look as a soup when it was served. However, it was tasteful.
4 based on 223 reviews
The San Pierino opens its doors in the splendid estate that once housed the "Tessiturificio Bacci", adapted to the needs of a modern Trattoria of meat and fish, managed by young boys and girls who have been in the Florentine restaurant for over twenty yea
At Trattoria San Pierino--against my wife's Â better judgment--I ordered the appetizer of anchovies marinated in onions. I thought I would be getting a small sampling; instead a large plate showed up, covered with anchovies swimming in lemony oil with marinated onions. They were the best I have ever tasted, so good, in fact, that my wife even tried a couple and actually proclaimed them edible.For our main dishes my wife ordered the pasta with meat sauce that came out steaming, mixed with a savory Tuscan meat sauce. Tuscan cuisine does not use much tomato, so the meat sauce is rich with the flavor of, well, meat and juices. She almost polished off the entire bowl.My order was veal steak with vegetables and, of course, roasted potatoes. The steak was not a true chop, rather more like an entrecÃ´te cut, but the flavor was outstanding. I all but gnawed off the last scraps from the bone. Altogether, despite the annoying "coperta," we found this to be an excellent establishment that we would recommend to anyone.Thanks
4 based on 738 reviews
I started with a seafood salad, which was good....tender shrimp, calamari, cozze, and vongole...on a bed of lettuce. It was a bit bland, to be honest, so I asked for lemon and doused it....Then, a pasta with pesto, sun dried tomato and pistachio. Wow. Best pasta I've had for a long time. Exceptional.Good service, excellent wine list, lovely place.
5 based on 397 reviews
ADAGIO promotes Italian specialty foods and wines and the areas they come from, enhancing artisan productions and rediscovering the culture and the traditions that such foods are able to evoke. Beverages and seasonal foods made by local producers in short
From the moment we stepped in I knew it was going to be good. Farm to table freshness. Great food, great service and all at a very reasonable price. A must for the diner that wants to experience cuisine, simple but with great imagination.Thank you so much Robert, we appreciate it.
4 based on 21 reviews
Sempre in cerca di nuove esperienze e scoprire posti interessanti dove mangiare buon pesce in cittÃ , notiamo questo ristorante, probabilmente nuovo, con pochissime recensioni, ma decidiamo di dargli fiducia e lo proviamo.Locale veramente molto carino, intimo ed accogliente, peccato che poi di sabato sera sia stato desolatamente semi vuoto...e forse poteva essere un primo indizio sul giudizio finale. Ordiniamo 4 antipasti e 4 secondi piatti, dopo poco arrivano altri 4 commensali ad un altro tavolo, passano una decina di minuti, ordinano e dopo un attimo, arrivano otto entrÃ©e dalla cucina, praticamente ad i due tavoli in contemporanea, vabbÃ¨ ci puÃ² stare. Passano altri dieci minuti ed al tavolo arrivato dopo, arrivano gli antipasti, giÃ qui mi infastidisce di piÃ¹, perÃ² a breve arrivano anche al nostro tavolo e son buoni oltre che ben presentati. Arrivano i secondi e siamo al disastro, la barchetta di branzino, di ottimo aveva solo i frutti di mare a guarnizione, mentre il sapore del pesce era appena passabile. Il velo pietoso Ã¨ da stendere sulla ricciola, insipida, stopposa ed i funghi a guarnizione oltre che cattivi, pure gommosi. Si aggiungono 3 dolci, buoni ma niente di eccezionale, oltre a due bottiglie di mediocre vino sui 20â¬, perchÃ© realmente ne ho visti altri che conosco e mi piacciono, ma li ho trovati in carta ad un prezzo che offende la mia intelligenza, non vedo perchÃ© nella maggior parte dei ristoranti li debba trovare sui 20â¬ max 25 e qui oltre 30?! A chiudere in tristezza questa esperienza, lâimpacciata cameriera, che avendo probabilmente terminati gli impegni, dato il locale quasi vuoto, si mette a consumare una portata da sola in un tavolo defilato, nessun crimine intendiamoci, ma poco professionale e decoroso. Chiediamo il conto (205â¬) e realizziamo che con oltre 50â¬ a testa, prima di tornare qui, avremo da provare o mettere in classifica cosÃ¬ tanti ristoranti, che sicuramente una vita non ci basterÃ , quindi, Ã¨ stato comunque un piacere, ma a mai piÃ¹.
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