“Enjoying food is one of the best pleasures in life. The staff of Elitism presents you 5 of the best restaurants of the month.“
Where to Eat
Buca Lapi is the oldest restaurant in Florence. It was founded in 1880 in the Palazzo Antinori cellars and still shows evidence of more than a century of history, thanks to a very careful restoration. Meals recall the genuine tastes of the old tuscan cuisine such as hand-made pasta, ribollita, a pan of tripe, fried food.
// Via del Trebbio, 1/r www.bucalapi.com
Essenziale is a project started in September 2016.Essenziale serves Italian cuisine that enjoys to be contaminated from the rest of the world. Inside the same space, guests can immerse themselves in three different ambiences. Each one focused on the simplicity and creativity that characterizes this place.
// Piazza di Cestello, 3/r www.essenziale.me
Executive chef Ubaldo Tornarelli joined by the talented kitchen staff, craft their unique art of cooking each day. A kitchen that seldom sleeps…in the early morning hours you will find Liliana, kneading pappardelle noodles and ravioli, with all of the ingredients she picks fresh from the local market. A ‘merry band of dispensers of joy
// Borgo Pinti, 10-18r www.ristorantelagiostra.com
In a minimal, elegant and cozy style, Momoyama will immerse you in an oriental atmosphere just across the threshold, involving all your senses. Furnished with tones of white, gold and green water, the restaurant has 3 indoor halls, an outdoor area and a bar area at the entrance. Japanese traditions and creativity are the indispensable ingredients of our cuisine.
// Borgo S. Frediano, 10/r www.ristorantemomoyama.it
Located in the center of Florence in the neighborhood of Santa Croce, has a lovely spacious courtyard where you can eat outside, especially in the Summer. “At Zibibbo we share an idea: cooking is more than approaching flavors, welcoming you is more than a professional gesture.”
// Via delle Seggiole, 14 – www.ristorantezibibbo.it