Where To Eat In Florence
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Our friend Eleonora has a few suggestions for great dining. Some are quite well known; others are local secrets. You're sure to enjoy yourselves at any of them.


Here are some more recommendations by reader Janet G.:


I've got another place for eating in Florence, a small but really good cafe in Via Ghibellina (76/r) called Darvish Cafe, they say it's an oriental cafe and they do have oriental food but there is still pizza, falaffle etc. on offer. It is an all round good experience, the main thing is though is that it is dead cheap. It's open everyday from 10am to 3pm. And if you do go there don't be put off by the people inside, they are very friendly and will help you. It is suitable for all ages we went in with a group ranging from 7 - to over 50 and had a thoroughly good meal, it wasn't very busy and it was lunchtime and the place alone is very interesting. the telephone number is 338/1323896. I recommend it personally. Thanks for your time.

Mike Burke


No restaurant list for florence can be considered complete without including ZIBBIBO, the most consistently wonderful food we've experienced in florence over the years. it was started about 7 years ago by Benedetta Vitale who, along with her then husband, had started Cibreo. Benedetta's loving hand and guidance in that kitchen are now what guests experience at Zibibbo in a warm setting. Benedetta's goal is to suit each guest's personal preferences so that his dining experience is, indeed, his/her own. the menu is extensive and wine pairings are wonderful. The desserts are THE best! and Benedetta and her staff are sublime hosts. superlatives only . . .

The number 14C bus from the Duomo whisks you to Via di Terzollina, 3R in 12 minutes when finding a taxi either isn't possible or doesn't suit you. it is the bus' last stop and the restaurant is 3 paces beyond ...

Enjoy!
phyllis leventhal


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