Food and drink
Depending on the day of the week, you’ll find all the Florentine culinary staples here; ribollita, bean and black cabbage soup, garlick-y, rosemary-spiked roast pork and bistecca (which carries a supplement). The house wines are perfectly drinkable, but you can also order from a short wine list.
It's cramped, noisy and no-frills but fun; you sit on wooden stools at smply-laid tables and might find yourself in very close proximity to your neighbours.
Frantic but pleasant: it's amazing that there is any time for chat when you're this busy, but the staff manage somehow.
It's at the back of the foodie heaven of the Mercato Centrale food market.
If you avoid the bistecca (for which there is a supplement), you can eat three courses for around 20 euros.
Tables to book
You can’t book; be prepared to take what comes.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Seasoned travellers
- No fuss