It was Super busy when we went in the evening for tea, but I didn't understand why. The food was average but the service was good.
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Usually I would avoid anywhere that a walking tour group stops like the plague, it's usually watered down cuisine and not worth it wine. This is completely the exception. Wonderful wine selection (have the house red, it's a malbec but doesn't taste like one), the...More
A fun place to go to get some great eats and great wine. More fun to do with friends and go from place to place.
After reading so much about this place we had to go once we were in Rialto. It's perfect to take a break during the day or to start the night with some cicchetti! You get really good food and wine for really good prices. The...More
Tucked away down an alleyway in the San Polo district, about 5 minutes’ walk from the Rialto Bridge, is this little gem. We walked past it twice before we found it because there is no sign outside, only a hand-written piece of paper on the...More
Beautiful quality of food and service. It's very reasonable but the food is cooked to perfection. Great regional wine list that represents the area.... fun place, not touristic and has an honest real vibe that's local, which you can see by the following of people...More
Simple traditional Italian mini osteria. Few tables and a lot of people tend to stand outside. The drinks are cheaper than to be expected so close to the Rialto Bridge. The appetisers are brilliant. Freshly cooked prawns in batter, rice balls in a crispy bread...More
Like a boat, good place for have a good glass of Valpolicella wine, a typical Veneto red wine. They serve some "cicchetti" that is like tapas in Spain. Small quantity of several food and you can choise meat fish or vegetable cicchetti. I recommend for...More