Since 1885, Procacci has captured the hearts of the general public and even royalty with its penchant for elevating pure flavours and quality ingredients, as seen in their famous sandwiches. Having received the certificate of the Royal House from King Victor Emanuel III of Italy, this truffle-loving Florentine institution has not forgotten what won it such favour. Its only international outpost is decorated with dark, skeletal wooden furniture and minimal accents, elegantly drawing the eye upwards. Dim light evokes the feeling of its shop in Florence, and the menu seeks to please all palates, reading like an A-Z of Tuscan classics. Look out for Wagyu beef carpaccio ($25), a variety of pastas, Black Angus tenderloin ($49) and a stack of profiteroles ($15). Diners may also bring the experience home, with truffle-based butters and patés bearing the Procacci label on sale in their store.