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La Cucina del Garga information
Alessandro Gargani, former New York chef and son of Giuliano 'Garga' Gargani whose San Frediano trattoria wooed Florentine tastebuds for more than three decades, is at the helm of this bold and original restaurant crammed with modern art. Tagliatelle de magnifico (pasta ribbons with mint and citrus zest in a creamy brandy sauce) is a Garga classic. Reservations essential at weekends.