Flasks of wine on the walls (next to a few more renowned bottles), hams hanging from the ceiling, friendly informal service, packed and often noisy dining rooms, and a tradition dating back a hundred years. This famous Florentine trattoria celebrates Tuscan cuisine in its all glory, with dishes such as ribollita, spelt soup, roast meat specialities and tiramisù on the menu.
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