A suggestion of our Venetian family. Hidden away from crowds, 2 min walk from Realto. Great atmosphere, service, and of course the food!
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The staff was friendly however the food lacked flavor. The appetizers were the best part of the meal; an interesting take on a caprese salad and eggplant parmigiana. Pasta courses were bland. We have had much better meals elsewhere.
Had a good meal here on our first night in Venice. It was a little hard to find in an alley. The frutte de mar had a great lemon flair to it that I've never experienced before. The rest of the food was certainly good....More
Nice restaurant closed to Rialto bridge, but not in the main touristic route, not easy to find, but worth to look for. Outside tables are difficult to get, better reserve it. The pasta was very nice, I got a fusili with king prawns. My son...More