Garfagnana food : Your guide to eating out in the region
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Pictures of this restaurant (2)Trattoria da Riccardo, Barga -
In the summer, eating out on the balcony is very pleasant. Hardly a view, but in the open. But that was then; and now it is Autumn. Inside the atmosphere is a bit dreary somehow. I cannot quite put my finger on it. But cloth napkins was a plus, something I appreciate. The fritto misto was lovely, as were the tortelli with ragu. House wine (bianco firmo) is very nice (€4 a half litre). But three dishes between two, plus wine, water and coffee was €33, which felt a bit steep. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Scacciaguai, Barga -
Fairly expensive compared to the meals we have had elsewhere, but still worth it if you like something a bit different. Italian cuisine with a bit of twist and you can watch the chef on a plasma screen preparing your meal. Friendly service and I would go for the specials as the waiter takes his time to explain them in very precise english. The chocolate souffle desert and the semi fredo were to die for. Our meal came to around 65 euros for two people, for three courses including wine and water. So a little more than we have been paying but still well worth it. - Sharo

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Verdeluna, Barga -
We ate at this little restaurant last night, and it is little! Only seats 8 people during the Winter months. But don't be put off, it is still very atmospheric. And what it lacks in size is more than compensated for by the quality of the food. The host freshly prepares and cooks and delivers three of the most beautifully prepared courses to your table in person. It is the best meal we've had so far for 19 euros including wine and coffee. If you go please be generous with your tip,. We cannot understand how he can do it for the price! - Sharo

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Scacciaguai, Barga -
Our second visit and again we were delighted. Warm welcome, really nice dining room (we were inside this time because Autumn is arriving). Good table setting. Fish lasagne was delightful; as was Sushi to start. Steak with pistachio crust on rocket was novel but delicious. Pork fillet with pear and cheese sauce was also delicious. The only negative, our choice because we like to go local, was the white wine from Gallicano. Probably best avoided… 58 Euros including coffee. Really good value. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (1)Gelateria dei Neri, Florence -
Not one of the more famous names, and a bit off the tourist trail, but the best ice cream by a country mile. The cioccolata was just brilliant. Other flavours also amazing. - Tim

Pictures of this restaurant (2)Il Ghibellini, Florence -
On the recommendation of our extremely helpful hotel reception, we gave this a try. It was well worth the short walk, even though our feet had covered a lot of ground in the day! The welcome was warm and the service attentive but not intrusive. We sat outside under the two giant umbrellas. No view of a church or ancient architecture, but pleasant enough. Pizza was well made and wholesome and so was the Insalata Beatrice. House wine (white) very drinkable and reasonable at 4.5 euros a half litre. In Florence this is exceptional value. - Tim

 
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