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Generally good Tuscan food here at Trattoria I due G but nothing too amazing.

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Situated inside the Gucci Museum outside the Uffizi, the Gucci Cafe is probably a place that most people would expect to be overpriced and serving touristy food.

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Trattoria Sostanza is one of those places that’s literally stuck in a time warp. It was opened in 1869 and 1.5 centuries later, they’re still around and churning some of the best food in Florence!

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Everyone visiting Rome invariably ends up visiting the Piazza di Spagna to see the Spanish Steps, so taking a left down Via dei Condotti, the street of all the branded luxury goods, is pretty much a given too.

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La Zanzara, or “The Mosquito”, is one of the best places I ate at in Rome, and one great thing is that it’s almost open all day, with just the menu changing between breakfast and the rest of the day.

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I honestly don’t remember much about the food at La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali but I didn’t really hate it so I guess it’s a decent option if you need to grab lunch around the Colosseum.


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Although not anywhere near the sea, Osteria La Gensola is well-known for their seafood dishes so you can’t really go wrong ordering the seafood dishes on their menu.


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Past dishes


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