Tuscany’s food

Street food in Tuscany. Pecorino and other kind of cheese

Everyone loves italian food

Tuscany’s food is rich with tradition!
Ask an Italian where the best food in Italy is. The answer comes fast: “My hometown, of course!”
Italy’s cooking has always been intensely regional. For this reason, adjacent towns can offer strikingly different culinary experiences. Italy is the birthplace of eating local. There are many dishes unique to a single village or small region. You can taste delicious specialties impossible to find anywhere else.
Tuscan cuisine has developed through centuries of social and political changes. Its roots reach far back in time.
One thing remains constant across all the variety of Tuscany’s food heritage: the uncompromising focus on high-quality, seasonal, local ingredients—and the elegant simplicity of the dishes.
How do you make your way through this incredibly varied culinary landscape? We can help you rise to the delicious challenge.
A day with us takes you off the standard tourist routes. We’ll bring you into personal contact with the land and its distinctive tastes. You’ll meet local producers still working in the ancient ways. You will explore a traditional market, or drop in at a classic trattoria.

With us you can sample local delicacies as:

  • Abbucciato, the Cacio briaco and other local Pecorino cheeses
  • Tipycal prosciutto and salame made in the traditional way
  • Ribollita, a centuries-old Tuscan soup
  • Tortelli, an ancient local recipe for homemade potato ravioli
  • Linguine allo scoglio, a traditional Italian sea dish
  • Pici, a traditional handmade pasta inherited from the Etruscans

Tuscany’s food is authentic and surprising. Come taste our Tuscany! Come taste our Italy!