Prato (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpraːto] ( listen)) is a city and comune in Tuscany, Italy, the capital of the Province of Prato. The city is at the foot of Monte Retaia, elevation 768 metres (2,520 ft), the last peak in the Calvana chain. The lowest elevation in the comune is 32 metres (105 ft), near the Cascine di Tavola, and the highest is the peak of Monte Cantagrillo at 818 metres (2,684 ft). The Bisenzio (river), a tributary of the Arno, flows through it.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
If you don't know where are you going you will never find it just walking down the street. It is far enough from old town and located in living area. Nothing extra ordinary or eye catching from out side. But! When you get inside... then...MoreGrazie mille delle belle parole e della bella recensione. L'aspettiamo presso il nostro ristorante. Mirko Giannoni
4.5 based on 523 reviews
We had a light business lunch here. The place was pretty full on Friday (good sign!), but we managed to have a nice table outside. Service was friendly and very (very!) professional. ...And the main point: food was excellent! Fresh, delicious seafood in the typical Italian way: nothing fancy but everything is so-so tasty. Perfetto!
4.5 based on 730 reviews
While not the culinary equivalent of Indian restaurants in, say, the UK or the US, Raja does a very good job of bringing tasty Indian favorites to Italy. The spice level is definitely geared to the Italian palate (not too fiery or spicy) but, if asked, the staff will "kick it up a notch"... Great and comfortable décor, the wait staff is outstanding, too, eager to help with selections and to offer their opinions of dishes on the menu. All in all, a very enjoyable and delicious meal.
4.5 based on 249 reviews
We met the owners/chefs when they prepared a private dinner in our rented villa in Prato, and enjoyed 4 lovely Tuscan dishes. Next time we wanted to hire them, they invited us instead to their restaurant.
You´ll probably need a GPS to find the location; it´s in a private residential area, so it´s easier to park outside. There are a few stores on the first floor of the complex, but most of them are still empty.
The place is full of surprises, with a different style in every room. The kind owner gave us a tour to see the cellars, caves and ruins of and old miller, that gave the place the name of "The hundred holes". Being an "enoteca", they also offer a wide variety of nice wines.
4.5 based on 600 reviews
In 1961, Mrs Ofelia inaugurated the first big restaurant in Prato,<br>‘Il Capriolo’: Tuscan specialities. Exactly 50 years later, and after a<br>short period closed, the restaurant has been reopened and it’s now<br>cared by the great-grandchildren of the ancient founder. Our intent<br>is to maintain the tradition characterizing the Tuscan food, thanks<br>to the big charcoal-burning grill, the wood-burning oven for the<br>pizza, and the research of local supplier for meat and vegetables.<br>In our opinion the past shall be respected but continuously renewed,<br>as well; for this reason in the menu you will also find dishes with<br>modern flavours and a slightly cosmopolitan touch.
This restaurant was amazing. The service staff were very friendly even though I could not speak Italian and made me feel comfortable. The food was great with the freshest produce used, making all the difference. There was a mixture of traditional and modern cuisine which catered for everybody. I have eaten here many times when I visited Italy. If you had to try anything, the pizza was the best I've ever tasted. I will always come back here when I visit Italy in the future.
4.5 based on 341 reviews
Not usually open on Sunday, I was lucky to find Cibbe open on Mothering Sunday. I wandered in and reserved a table as the owner, Germano, stood filling freshly baked profiteroles with cream. I don't eat meat, but saw bocconcino di tonno con zucchini on the board outside, and ordered that. The tuna was tender, in a light creamy sauce, and the zucchini cooked just right. The food was served with a glass of Vermentino from the Grossetto region. Leaving the choice of dessert to Germano, profiteroles appeared, covered in a dark chocolate sauce. A delightful meal in a friendly restaurant. Wish now I had ordered the pappa al pomodoro, which smelled wonderful (despite being served in glass!)
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4.5 based on 366 reviews
Una pizza incredibile ,qualità e bontà assoluta e la gentilezza ?? Un posto perfetto , accogliente e i prezzi minimi per cosa offrono !! Sarà la mia tappa fissa siamo rimasti non contenti di più ! Bravi ragazzi !!
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Taglieri and sandwiches cast, excellent labels of wine and vin santo, and house wine by the glass.
In the heart of the historical part of Prato, this little treasure offers the ideal environment to cheer with good Tuscan wine and eat delicious appetizers. Bartenders are friendly and give great advices about meal/wine matching. Must go there!
4.5 based on 696 reviews
We have been staying in Prato fora few days; it is a beautiful town and this restaurant equals the best places we have eaten in Italy. We had an amazing antipasto plate, beautiful pepper and pecorino pasta followed by grilled pork or chicken. We can...MoreThank you for coming in our Osteria,i hope to see you another time in Prato to try another Tuscany recipe! Bye bye from osteriasantatrinita
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