Florence is visited by people around the world for so many reasons and food is a huge part of that reason.
Florentine food grows out of a tradition of peasant eating rather than rarefied high cooking. The majority of dishes are based on meat.
Here are where to get the best of florentine dishes according to Culturetrip;
Il Pane e la pasticceria
Watch French baker and Bakery World Cup champion David Bedu, as he bakes Italian breads and pastries. Try one or more of the irresistible sweet delights and get some snacks to enjoy later.
Il Frito e le Polpette
Marco Rosi and Paolo Soderi present their fried snacks and Florentine specialties, while at the same time offering many vegetable variations. Try some zucchini flowers or artichokes and don’t miss their beloved meatballs.
Il ciocolato e il gelato
Stop by this stand to explore the Chocolate universe. Cristian Beduschi is ready to delight you with his top-notch creations, like the amazing gelato alla Torta Setteveli, an ice cream-based version of the chocolate and hazelnut Sicilian cake.
Il Vegeteriano e il Vegano
This is the ideal stand for vegetarians and vegans. With a variety of smoothies, veggie burgers, and freshly squeezed juices, it is the best way to round your food experience off in a healthy manner.
Tuscany is well known for the production of truffles. Il Tartufo offers you the excellent delicacies created by Luciano Savini. Taste the finest, seasonal black and white truffles in dishes like pasta, salads, sandwiches, various spreads, or even beer and fall in love with the unique flavor.
A trip to Italy is not complete without pizza. Although not a typical Tuscan recipe, this is your chance to taste a perfectly crispy, fresh, wood oven-baked pizza.
Made with the best flour, fresh tomatoes, and melted chunks of mozzarella cheese, it will certainly be a nice treat.