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This is what all restaurants strive to be. Family run, fresh and tasty food, and great prices. Tight seating as they try to squeeze in what they can. It is great to watch them prepare the dishes with energy and enthusiasm. Nothing fancy but good filling Italian dishes.

Found this place by accident walking around and noticed the LONG line to get in at around 1: If your in the area well worth it. This restaurant has been in the same family for decades. The food is delicious - like eating in an Italian grandma's kitchen. Thirty years ago, we were one of the few American tourists, no one spoke any English and without a printed menu, it was a bit challanging to order. There still is no printed menu, but the menu is posted next to the window of the kitchen area and an English translation of the offerings is next to the Italian.

Also, many of the wait staff speak enough English to make ordering a meal quite easy. The menu changes daily and the food is always tasty. They allow you to order half orders of the pasta prima course - which is a good idea if you plan to order a second course. Seating is tight and communal. It opens at noon, but it is often full way before then. Those "in the know" know they need to arrive before noon to get a seat.

It is cash only. They are open from noon - 3 pm, Monday - Saturday, closed Sunday. They are located right behind the Mercato Centrale. When we were there this May, there was a sign warning people to be careful of "fake Mario's.

Traditional Florentine family-style food prepared right in front of your eyes! I can't say enough good things about this restaurant. I went there with my parents while on vacation and it was well worth the 30 minute wait.

All of the food was excellent, the service spectacular, and I even got to go into their kitchen and get a picture with the chefs!

My parents and I ordered a ton and loved everything- I recommend the Florentine steak, any of the pastas, the sauteed spinach, and the soups!

Tiny little place but has a great family feel. On our first visit here, we had to wait for almost 45 min but it was well worth it. We sat elbow-to-elbow with others at a table including an architect from about 4 hours outside Firenze who had been eating at the place since he studied in Firenze 30 years ago, We had the trippa fiorentinain in a wonderful peppery, tomato sauce and the vegetable soup — both are house specials for which the place is well known.

On our second visit, when we signed up on the wait list, one of the owners, Fabio, actually remembered our name! After only 10 minutes, we had our table, vino and 2 wonderful pasta dishes.

This menu changes daily and they sell out of the popular dishes so try to go early. This place is well worth visiting, even if you have to wait a little while! Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Review of Trattoria Mario.

Ranked of 3, Restaurants in Florence. Restaurant details Good for: From 1st March We are open only for lunch, we haven't the freezer, we don't make reservation. No credit card and bancomat. Reviewed May 19, As much fun as sex. Ask peachiepooh about Trattoria Mario.

Write a Review Reviews 4, Show reviews that mention. All reviews steak pasta ribollita bistecca alla fiorentina soup roast pork beans fries bread biscotti open for lunch communal seating sharing tables worth the wait daily menu mercato centrale central market. Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews.

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If Forno Campo de' Fiori and Antico Forno Roscioli competed for the Roman pizza primacy, the former would win for rossa, while the latter would snag it for bianca. The neighbouring annexe across the alley Vicolo del Gallo, 14 serves sandwiches and baked goods. Drop in during August and September for a taste of the seasonal treat pizza prosciutto e fichi , pizza bianca filled with savory slices of prosciutto and sweet, overripe figs.

Closed Sun, Sat afternoon in summer. On the surface, La Gatta Mangiona looks like any other neighbourhood pizza place. But upon closer examination, the dishes on offer reveal themselves to be carefully studied exercises in flavour contrasts and gastronomic history. The potato croquettes incorporate leeks, cod, and lemon zest, while the suppli' con ragu bianco are made with an 18th-century Neapolitan meat sauce recipe. The pizza ranges from the traditional margherita to the rare scozzese potato, salmon, mozzarella and parsley , but all are made with the same long-leavening high-quality dough.

The wine list includes labels, there are 70 types of craft beers to choose from, and the grappa and whisky list surpass that of most Roman restaurants. Closed Mon; dinner only. Arrive at this classic Roman pizzeria before 8pm or be prepared to queue for its scrocchiarella crispy thin crust Roman-style pizza.

Take a pass on the fritti , which are nothing much to write home about, and start with a plate of beans instead, the old-school approach to Roman pizza meals. The flat and crispy pizzas, which are made in a wood-burning oven, are designed to hold few toppings — meaning here it's the simple pizzas that are best.

The margherita and marinara pies are consistently excellent and served by brisk, casual waiters who are quick to flirt and crack jokes. There is outdoor seating in the summer, a veritable necessity considering the heat of the pizza oven. La Fucina, which opened in the Portuenese neighbourhood in southern Rome in , serves pizza a degustazione.

That is, patrons each order a pizza and the pies arrive pre-sliced one at a time so diners can share. This may not seem like a revolutionary concept, but it completely diverges from the traditional Italian approach of each person ordering his or her own personal pizza, which arrive at the same time, unsliced.

With unusual selections like courgette flowers, red shrimp, mozzarella, and cured pork fat, or mortadella and Sicilian pistacchios, sharing is a pleasure, and gives guests the opportunity to try topping combinations that are completely unique in Rome.

There is also an impressive wine list and proprietor Edoardo Papa will gladly help you pair the correct wine with your meal. It is cash only. They are open from noon - 3 pm, Monday - Saturday, closed Sunday. They are located right behind the Mercato Centrale. When we were there this May, there was a sign warning people to be careful of "fake Mario's. Traditional Florentine family-style food prepared right in front of your eyes! I can't say enough good things about this restaurant.

I went there with my parents while on vacation and it was well worth the 30 minute wait. All of the food was excellent, the service spectacular, and I even got to go into their kitchen and get a picture with the chefs! My parents and I ordered a ton and loved everything- I recommend the Florentine steak, any of the pastas, the sauteed spinach, and the soups!

Tiny little place but has a great family feel. On our first visit here, we had to wait for almost 45 min but it was well worth it. We sat elbow-to-elbow with others at a table including an architect from about 4 hours outside Firenze who had been eating at the place since he studied in Firenze 30 years ago, We had the trippa fiorentinain in a wonderful peppery, tomato sauce and the vegetable soup — both are house specials for which the place is well known. On our second visit, when we signed up on the wait list, one of the owners, Fabio, actually remembered our name!

After only 10 minutes, we had our table, vino and 2 wonderful pasta dishes. This menu changes daily and they sell out of the popular dishes so try to go early. This place is well worth visiting, even if you have to wait a little while!

Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Review of Trattoria Mario. Ranked of 3, Restaurants in Florence. Restaurant details Good for: From 1st March We are open only for lunch, we haven't the freezer, we don't make reservation. The adventures of young Indiana Jones.

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