Florence Street Food Video Food Guide by The Global Expats
Contents of the Video with Time Stamps
- 0:00 Street Food in Florence
- 1:47 Enoteca: Alla Sosta dei Papi €4.40
- 3:37 Mercato Centrale: Schiacciata alla Fiorentina €5
- 8:12 Coccoli: Friggitoria al Cartoccio €4
- 12:13 Lampredotto: Trippaio del Porcellino – Nencioni €4.50
- 20:20 Panino: All’Antico Vinaio €8
- 28:46 Gelato: La Strega €3.90
- 33:29 Wine Window: Babae €14
Florence Street Food Video Food Guide by Luke Martin
We are taking you to FLORENCE, the capital of Tuscany in ITALY. The city of art, culture and… STREET FOOD. Italian street food and traditional dishes can be found throughout the alleyways of Firenze and today we are showing you the BEST places to eat while you’re here.
We are starting our day at the Mercato Centrale Firenze to sample Florence’s most famous street food: Lampredotto (4 EURO), a sandwich stuffed with beef stomach. We wash it down with a cheap cafe espresso (1 EURO) after exploring the traditional market.
We explore some of the beautiful city before heading to Trattoria Sergio Gozzi for a Florentine lunch. We order Tortellacci (8 EURO), Ravioli (8 EURO), and tender Peposo (10.5 EURO) and leave feeling extremely happy and full.
We continue exploring the gorgeous architecture of Florence including the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella. Hungry agin, we go to Osteria All’Antico Vinaio for their world-famous PANINI! Most of the menu is 5 euro and you can choose between many meats, cheeses and spreads. Make sure to go on an empty stomach because they are MASSIVE!
To end our HUGE street food tour, we wash it all down with a creamy gelato (3 EURO), yum! We hope you enjoyed. Address of the Street Food Places:
Lampredotto – Nerbone in the Mercato Centrale
Cafe – Cafe Bambi
Lunch – Trattoria Sergio Gozzi
Panini – Osteria All’Antico Vinaio
Gelato – Gelateria Dei Neri– Luke Martin
Most Legendary Street Eat of Florence – All’Antico Vinaio
All’Antico Vinaio is a must-try when visiting Florence. The shop is in the heart of the city center, just minutes away from Piazza della Signoria. Sandwiches are made with a local bread called schiacciata. The shop has an endless selection of cold cuts, cheese, and homemade creams like the truffle cream and the artichoke cream.-Food Insider