Find out the new menu of the restaurant in Florence in the ancient Tower of Pagliazza
We invite you to try the new tasty Tuscan menu in Florence by chef Giuseppe Bonadonna in a unique location in the heart of the historic centre, a few steps from the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria: the Osteria della Pagliazza, situated in Piazza Santa Elisabetta on the ground floor of the Tower of Pagliazza by Hotel Brunelleschi.
The Tuscan menu is available every evening from 19.30 to 22.30
The selection of cold cuts and cheeses from Tuscany
Tortelli pasta Mugellana style
emulsion of butter and sage
flakes of pecorino cheese
Zuccotto sweet Florence style
Drinks included in the menu price to the quantity of:
Natural mineral water and with gas
One welcome Prosecco flûte Valdo’ Doc Extra Dry
Santa Cristina I.G.T, Farm Antinori
one bottle every two people
Cost: € 49.00 per person, including drinks
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The menu also features new dishes linked to seasons, not to be missed. In particular, we point out: Scagliozzi of fried polenta, strips of rabbit Chianti style smelling thyme as starter, ravioli pasta with tomato soup, emulsion of extra virgin olive oil and basil cream among the first dishes home-made, salt cod steak marinated in Livorno style, sautéed spinach with garlic or the classic Fiorentina steak Fassona Piemontese grilled among the main courses; and to finish in sweetness, Cantucci Biscuits with Vin Santo wine and ice cream.
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For information and reservations of the Tuscan menu in Florence and not only: tel. +39.055.27370 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open daily for lunch and dinner.
The Osteria della Pagliazza is located in Piazza Santa Elisabetta in Florence in one of the oldest buildings of the city, the Tower of Pagliazza, an original construction of circular shape which owes its name to the fact that during the Renaissance the edifice was used as a women prison and its “guests” slept on beds of straw. Hence the name “Pagliazza”.