I was around the area and I decided to go there and try the panini. The man who worked there was rude and he told me that the panini costed 4€ but he put me another bread, without telling me that, so I had to...More
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I visited this sandwich shop a couple of months ago. I was the only customer and the two staff members were smoking a cigarette just outside the doors. I walked in and they completely ignored me. After a while, they came to the counter and...More
We stumbled across Il Panino del Chianti while escaping the crowds at the sponge Vecchio. We both had a tasty schiacciata sandwich with a glass of Tuscan wine - all together it came to 16€ and was delicious. We'll definitely go back next time we're...More
Very good traditional panini for a quick lunch in the heart of Firenze. The waiters are very nice and the cheeses and cured meat used for the panini are delicious and very tasty. If you want a different combination of fillings than the ones listed...More
We had an amazing lunch here, the best of ingredients and incredible value at 4 euros for a panino. I had the fresh sausage and stracchino cheese, so good! Great wine selection too. Located just off the Ponte Vecchio.
Love this little wine bar just the other side of ponte vecchio. Stopped on for lunch and was lucky to get a seat (there are only about 10 seats). Meat was amazing and prices good. Wanted to pop in early evening for a light dinner...More
After ascending and descending from the Piazza Michelangelo, we wandered upon this small and cozy panino shop. Wonderful, fresh, made to order sandwiches. And the wine wasn't bad either!
I was looking for a quick lunch and find this place. Really satisfied with the bresaola panino I ordered, it was proper size and fulfilling. It may not be the best I had, but the taste was wonderful. Recommend.
Stayed there for a quick lunch during walk in Florence - we were attracted by a visible queue in front of this tiny place. Waiting was not so long and was worth it as the panini was really full of prosciuto, mozarella and tomatoes. I...More