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Juicy meat roasted to black on top, but the bright pink inside, is made of a rare type of beef and is very popular among locals.
How to try the Florentine steak in Florence
Florentine steak (Bistecca Fiorentina) is famous dish of Tuscany, which is made from a rare type of beef - Chianina. This is a special breed of white cows, which are grown only in Tuscany and their meat has an unusual taste, which only emphasize during cooking.

The process of cooking Florentine steak is hard, prepare it only on the coals, and monitor the temperature carefully. It is served without seasoning, with the exception of salt, pepper and olive oil as desired.

There is no need to garnish , you can eat Florentine steak with bread and red wine.

How much?

€45-50 for a large portion.

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