Trattoria Diladdarno in Florence, Italy

Trattoria Diladdarno food

Trattoria Diladdarno located at Via dei Serragli, 108/r, 50124 Firenze FI in Italy

September 8, 2018:  For dinner that night, we searched up a local restaurant called Trattoria Diladdarno.  It was a cozy restaurant and we chose to sit in the outdoor garden patio underneath the stars.  It was so nice.

This place was warm and welcoming and we got a seat while our outdoor table was being ready for us.  

It was also a bit pricier than all the meals we’ve had so far.

We had bread; marinated anchovies with buffalo mozzarella and aubergines; quail stuffed with grapes; pici pasta with wile boar; steamed vegetables; and a 0.5 L of vino rosso.

Trattoria Diladdarno English menu cover

English menu cover

Trattoria Diladdarno menu info

Menu info

Trattoria Diladdarno menu and prices

Menu 1

Trattoria Diladdarno menu and prices

Menu 2

Trattoria Diladdarno menu and prices

Partial drinks menu

Trattoria Diladdarno menu and prices

Specials of the day

Water and colourful water glasses

Water and colourful water glasses

Trattoria Diladdarno table

Olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cheese, etc. on our table

 Vino rosso (0.5 L)

Vino rosso (0.5 L). €7

 basket of bread

Bread that we finished and then had another basket

marinated anchovies with buffalo mozzarella and aubergines

Marinated anchovies with buffalo mozzarella and aubergines. €9

The marinated anchovies with buffalo mozzarella and aubergines was way too salty so we ate the entire basket of bread to compensate for the salt.  The buffalo mozzarella was divine and the freshest I’ve had.  The aubergine mash was good too.

marinated anchovies with buffalo mozzarella and aubergines

It was beautifully plated

quail stuffed with grapes

Quail stuffed with grapes. €15

The quail stuffed with grapes was a sight to behold.  It was like foodie art with prosciutto wrapped around the meat and wine grapes all around it and a pastry.  I wasn’t expecting wine grapes so this was a neat surprise.  The meat was incredibly and impossibly tender.  It reminded me of meatloaf.  I was so impressed.  It wasn’t until we got to the bone part of the quail that its rough texture resembled more of the bird.

quail stuffed with grapes

This was beautiful and delicious

The pici pasta is a fat spaghetti originating from Southern Italy.  It surprised me with the wild boar meat in small chunks within the pici instead of being in big pieces.  This pici with wild boar dish was still very good but didn’t stand out when compared to the quail.

Pici with wild boar

Pici with wild boar. €13

We also got a side of vegetables:  Sautéed vegetables with thyme and nepitella.

Sautéed vegetables with thyme and nepitella

Sautéed vegetables with thyme and nepitella. €6

The red wine was strong and the 0.5L was difficult to finish as the portions for this meal were so large too.

 Goat's milk ice cream

Goat’s milk ice cream. €5

Despite the fullness, I couldn’t help but to try a dessert.  The table of four next to us ordered one goat’s milk ice cream each and it intrigued me.

We ordered one too and while it was melty and a bit too sweet, the freshness of the milk was evident.  It was a nice cold finish to the meal.

The bb got coffee.

 Coffee

Coffee. €1,50

Trattoria Diladdarno postcard

Nice postcard to keep

Trattoria Diladdarno outdoor garden patio

Such a cute characteristic element of the restaurant

Trattoria Diladdarno outdoor garden patio

The outdoor garden patio where we sat

Trattoria Diladdarno skyroof

The open skyroof

Trattoria Diladdarno dining room

The first dining room when you walk into the restaurant. I love the lilac coloured walls

Trattoria Diladdarno bar

Bar area

Trattoria Diladdarno doorway

Entrance. It doesn’t look like much from the outside, but the inside was a dream

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3 Responses to Trattoria Diladdarno in Florence, Italy

  1. Pingback: Florence, Italy 2018 ~ Train from Pisa to Florence, Authentic Florence lunch and dinners | stenoodie

  2. gchan7127 says:

    Wow! The entrance looks so creepy!

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