Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Florence: Lorenzo Nigro's The Lampredotto




November 7, 2022

Visit Florence: Lorenzo Nigro's The Lampredotto

While in Florence, we were taken to Mercato Centrale for a taste of authentic street food from Lorenzo Nigro's The Lampredotto.

Located on the second floor of the Mercato Centrale (where most of the restaurants are), you'll find a station where the traditional street food is being made.

The sandwich includes rosetta bread made by Chef David Bedu (who also has a bakery at the Mercato Centrale) that is dipped in a cooking broth.  The meat - which is the fourth stomach of the cow, is topped with salt, pepper, and house made green and chili sauces made from secret recipes.

The result is a super tender, super tasty filling that has been a part of Florence's food history for generations. 

Definitely a must-try when in Florence!

Lorenzo Nigro's The Lampredotto
Piazza Del Mercato Centrale
Via dell'Ariento, 50134, Florence Italy

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