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Il Fritto di Valerie Rugi

Martina Brilli e Gabrio Scaranari

The fryers

The frying story of Martina Brilli and Gabrio Scaranari started with an adventure in a little food truck, bringing traditional Florentine fry-ups across the land.

Martina Brilli and Gabrio Scaranari decided to embark on a gastronomic adventure in 2015, when they opened their first fried food shop in an Ape Piaggio van, decked out as a food truck. Their goal has remained the same ever since: to deliver the classic Florentine-style fry-up, in a street-food idiom. They prioritize the prime ingredients, while constantly studying techniques to obtain the perfect fry. Their menu is varied, changing with the time of the day.

As we know, everything is good when fried, at all times: the important thing, say Martina and Gabrio, is to serve it piping hot, to really bring out the quality and taste. Here, on the first floor of the market, you can try farm fries, fried vegetables, fried fish, sandwiches, fried dough balls, Florentine-style schnitzel, and fried cheese.

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Martina Brilli and Gabrio Scaranari decided to embark on a gastronomic adventure in 2015, when they opened their first fried food shop in an Ape Piaggio van, decked out as a food truck. Their goal has remained the same ever since: to deliver the classic Florentine-style fry-up, in a street-food idiom. They prioritize the prime ingredients, while constantly studying techniques to obtain the perfect fry. Their menu is varied, changing with the time of the day.

As we know, everything is good when fried, at all times: the important thing, say Martina and Gabrio, is to serve it piping hot, to really bring out the quality and taste. Here, on the first floor of the market, you can try farm fries, fried vegetables, fried fish, sandwiches, fried dough balls, Florentine-style schnitzel, and fried cheese.

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