Ristorante Indiano firenze Zafferano

Via Il Prato, 9/r, 50123 Firenze FI, Italy, Florence

4.5

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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

  • Mon

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

  • Tue

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

  • Wed

    19:00 - 22:00

  • Thu

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

  • Fri

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

  • Sat

    12:00 - 15:00, 19:00 - 22:30

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Reviews

  • Murdock

    1
    - 19 August 2018 -

    I hate to give a negative review but the carryout food was just absolutely disgusting as it was without any doubt microwaved frozen meal and of very low-quality not to mention overpriced for frozen food. We threw out $65 worth of food and ordered room service. The owner seems very nice and our order was ready in less than ten minutes as it was microwaved. Quite honestly, I am baffled considering all the positive reviews for this place. There are other Indian restaurants within walking distance with GREAT Indian food. This place is nice but the food is not even worth considering. What a waste of money for frozen food.

  • Ubaid Rafique

    5
    - 14 July 2018 -

    Pleasant surprise to find authentic Indian and Pakistani Food in Florence. What an amazing taste. Highly Recommended to all visiting Florence.

  • Amey Mogare

    5
    - 30 June 2018 -

    Prompt & courteous service. Delicious and reasonably priced food! Samosa is the best of all European Indian restaurants.

  • Kevin D'Silva

    4
    - 31 May 2018 -

    Good place for Indian palate. Few restaurants in Florence understand Indian palate (and language). Between 3.5 to 4. The guy there will try to give you their best. Marginally expensive.

  • Mishal Rizwan

    4
    - 18 April 2018 -

    Very tasty food. Very friendly and welcoming staff. We ate chicken tikka and seekh kebabs. They were spicy, juicy and freshly made with great flavours. However the quantity to price ratio is not very good.

  • Tariq Ahmad Dar

    1
    - 29 March 2018 -

    He is cheater... after taking our food he charged me 6€ as city tax even for my two year old kid... this was first place I had food so I didn’t argue but later I found there is no such city tax... so he is simply fraud looting the people...

  • Archana Chidanandan

    4
    - 04 September 2017 -

    Good Pakistani/Indian food. We had dal, malai kofta, aloo gobi with rice and naan and a mango lassi. Very flavorful food without being too spicy. Walking distance from the Santa Maria Novella train station. The interior decor was a little too garish for my taste. But didn't detract from the yummy food or friendliness of the couple who run the place.

  • Wahaj Siddiqui

    5
    - 03 August 2017 -

    Excellent service. Excellent food. I tried the lahori achari gosht + lassi and it was super! Staff is very courteous and check on you frequently.

  • Emad Haq

    5
    - 23 July 2017 -

    Second night in Florence and we ate at this place . Extremely friendly staff. Very Good Food . Nice ambiance. Those looking for Desi Food this is worth a visit . They serve Halal so that was a major Bonus for us .

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