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Pescheria Di San Pietro: fresh fish and pasta

Everyone’s going to Pescheria San Pietro…

but not to buy a trout like its name — meaning fish shop in Italian — might suggest, but to have a nice meal of fresh pasta and great seafood.

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This new seafood restaurant opened about six months ago in Via Alamanni. Here fresh pasta is king on the menu. And, indeed, the monkfish ravioli and asparagus were exceptional.

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Before you come inside you can see where the fresh pasta is made, just in case you had any lingering doubt about the homemade genuineness of their food.

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The atmosphere is warm and inviting with a variety of styles in their small dining areas, whose decorations are sea and fishing inspired.

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As soon as we arrived, the manager welcomed us and showed us to our table. She told us a bit about the restaurant and the seafood cooking classes they organize.

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The staff was superb, especially with the three-year-old son of one of our friends who was pampered by everyone.

The menu is full of options, with everything from a simple cone of fried seafood to a sophisticated tuna steak. We tried a bit of everything and it all lived up to our highest expectations.

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They have a take-away service so you can enjoy their specialties at home too.

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Another great thing about it is its long hours, from 11:00 am to midnight, to fit everyone’s schedules. The prices are reasonable, I’d say on average less than other seafood restaurants in Florence.

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In short, nothing should stop you from checking it out: it’s easy to reach (next to the tram’s Alamanni station); the prices are good; it’s always open; everything is nice; and, first and foremost, the food is fabulous!

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