We came here twice while staying in venice, since it was very hard to find a another good restaurant in the area. The food and service were good but the prices were too expensive.The cover charge was 3 euros a person.
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We wandered around looking for a restaurant and came across Alla Scala and so glad we did - the food was fantastic and so much so that I had to thank the chef personally. The service was so friendly and warm and they only wanted...More
I am surprised to see as many negative comments because we absolutely loved our meal here! We stumbled upon this restaurant after roaming around town looking for somewhere to eat for an hour. We were pleasantly surprised to receive a Bellini immediately after sitting and...More
We were staying in an apartment just next to this restaurant and decide to try it on our last night in Venice and we couldn't have been happier. We were a group of 6 adults and when we sat down we were greeted with a...More
We came with the high expectations. Our hotel Rosa Salva gave us a this place's card. The starters were very good and promised a lot for the main course. But the the main course was not that good at all; too much red wine sauce...More
Came here for dinner. Staffs were friendly. Food were good with decent serving portion. We were given complimentary bruschetta with tomato, chilli and olive. Ordered mixed cured meat, gnocchi, crab pasta, and some wines. Cost about €73.
We originally were going to try to eat at Al Gazzettino but it was a 2 hour wait. The owner there brought wine and a sample of pasta out to us while we waited with other people. Then the owner asked if we would follow...More
We booked a reservation here last minute as it was raining and we were trying to find a restaurant nearby. The reviews seemed good but it was the worst meal we had on our whole trip. My husband ordered "Veal Bolognese" and ended up with...More
Hello. I'm so sorry to hear that you didn't liked your meal but I'm frankly a little bit surprised. I remember well when you complained that we were wrong to serve the Bolognese veal scallop that way; Our waitress explained that the traditional recipe requires...More