Chic Nonna is in the oldest part of the Palazzo, in the extraordinary Corte degli Imperatori, and unfolds in beautiful vaulted rooms decorated by Alessandro Allori, one of the main artists of 16th century Florence.
This restaurant focuses on fine dining, supervised by the Executive Chef Vito Mollica, whose philosophy is to use raw materials of exceptional quality. The aim is to create a seasonal menu with a traditional flair but to international taste, presented in the style of haute cuisine. It is here that Vito Mollica creates his most ambitious dishes, based on that combination of technique and childhood memories that has earned him critical acclaim in his country and his first Michelin Star in 2011.
The menu is à la carte, with a choice of two tasting menus, one traditional and one vegetarian. There are around 55 places throughout the various areas of the five rooms, each one characterized by different details. The wine list created to complement the chef’s creations, features a wide variety of Italian labels, focusing particularly on Tuscany, as well as a good selection of French and international wines.