Who said trippa and lampredotto are exclusively winter foods? Here at Bambi Trippa e Lampredotto, where we’ve been tripe makers since 1890, we introduce special summer additions to our menu. These Tuscan specialties can be savored even when temperatures rise. Rich in protein, iron, and B vitamins, trippa and lampredotto are perfect for summer. Discover our special summer dishes!

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Lampredotto is a specialty of Tuscan cuisine (like tripe and many other typical dishes related to offal) appreciated in its classic version but also for its ability to adapt and transform. Among the various versions, lampredotto in zimino stands out for its unique combination with spinach and other fresh ingredients, offering a distinctive and rich flavor. This variant demonstrates how tradition can evolve, introducing new flavors while maintaining roots in the original recipe.

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Lampredotto is a renowned Tuscan specialty celebrated for its rich history and deep connection to Florentine culinary culture. Among the various interpretations of this traditional dish, lampredotto sbucciato (which means peeled lampredotto) stands out due to a specific preparation process. However, it is important to note that not all chefs adopt this technique, including Bambi Trippa e Lampredotto.

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Cheek stew is a delicious Tuscan specialty made with beef. Prepared with patience and care, this dish offers an explosive mix of flavors and textures that make it perfect to be eaten on a plate or inside a sandwich.

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Dive into the heart of Tuscan culinary heritage with a dish that stands out for its uniqueness and flavor: Lampredotto with Potatoes. Celebrated at Bambi Trippa and Lampredotto, this dish offers a novel twist on the traditional Florentine lampredotto, promising an authentic taste adventure.

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Ciotola piena di nervetti

Until recent years, meat was a luxury enjoyed only by the privileged few, typically confined to the upper echelons of society. For those unable to indulge in prime cuts, options were limited to grains, legumes, or the utilization of less conventional parts of the animal.

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Francesina or lesso rifatto is a rustic dish of the Tuscan tradition that transforms leftover boiled meat into an unforgettable culinary experience. At Bambi Trippa e Lampredotto we are proud to present our version of this classic of Tuscan cuisine. Below you will find the simple and quick steps to prepare this typical second course, but first some historical information on the name “Francesina“.

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Discover the essence of Tuscan gastronomy with Peposo dell’Impruneta, an iconic dish that marries tradition with tantalizing flavors. Explore the origins and recipe of this beloved Tuscan stew, perfect for culinary adventurers seeking an authentic taste of Italy.

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