Secret tiny restaurant in a tiny alley. Not much English spoken. Lots of seafood dishes. Bring empty stomach and a dictionary.
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Not being a big seafood fan, I opted for the spaghetti carbonara. It was very good, though perhaps I should've gone for one of their seafood specialities. The table next to ours had multiple types of fish and other seafood sliced for them at their...More
While the risotto isn't quite the same as five years ago, the service is excellent and the food is still very good. The aircon when we visited last night was not working inside but the fresco dining outside in the courtyard was very pleasant. Our...More
How can people really appreciate this place?!? I stumbled upon it from the backstreet and thought that there was no terrace, but no one inside, the terrace is situated farther away. Only one other customer inside, long wait (during which I had almost finished the...More
Traditional family driven Ristorante with venetian charme and delicious rombo (turbot) dish. Good Italian wines. "Venitian prizes" but reasonable in view of the quality of food. Very recommendable Ristorante in Venice.
After the Carnivale celebrations in San Marco, I followed costumed celebrants to their neighborhoods, then walked until I got lost, and found this restaurant. I was the first person in the restaurant before neighborhood partygoers streamed in. It was fun to watch the owner Stefano...More
Worth trying to find this restaurant. A little off the tourist track, but always good when you see a restaurant is frequented by locals. Worth seeing the owner fillet the sea bass in one of its signature dishes carpaccio di branzino. A very enjoyable meal.
This restaurant is quite well known by the local foodies and regular visitors to this area of Venice. the food is good and has a local flavour. The staff are particularly friendly and helpful. When Stefano prepares the carpaccio of sea bass in the restaurant,...More