CuisineHaute cuisine or molecular gastronomy, Italian
FeaturesRomantic, Foodie magnet, Notable chef, Tasting menu, Formal, Exceptional wine list, Hotel restaurant
The Michelin-starred restaurant at the Four Seasons Florence is one of the city's gastronomic hot tickets, thanks to chef Vito Mollica's highly accomplished cooking. His dishes explore Italian regional cuisine, often showcasing humble ingredients and simple recipes such as orecchiette pasta with broccoli and risotto with summer mushrooms, lemon, and rosemary, presenting them in an elegant, modern way. Desserts are superb and the weighty wine list a revelation. In summer, dinner is served in the fabulous garden; in winter, Sunday brunch is a favorite with the Florentines and often booked up weeks in advance.