We went there expecting good things but we got there we didn’t get severed for about 45 mins my pizza had a massive whole in it and we didn’t get it off are bill and there excuse they were busy I thought that was what...More
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We were 12 friends and a lot of us - including me - went for the pizza. Mine was excellent: crispy, juicy prosciutto and ... cheap (12€) and the rest of the table was very happy about quality and price. One guy said the fegato...More
This is one of those restaurants you want to tell everyone to go and visit. The setting on the terrace is straight out of a fairy tale with hundred year old tree providing a canopy and the historic interior creating a sense of coziness you...More
Visited this restaurant on our third night in Venice. The first night we ate near St Marks Square, and were so disappointed- the restaurant was obviously geared towards tourists and was not at all authentic. We have eaten much better food at Pizza Express in...More
I love this place! Food is excellent, the garden is beautiful, service is quick, efficient and oftentimes hilarious (the waitstaff hustles like nothing I've ever seen before but watching it is like watching a very well-orchestrated ballet on fast-forward). And the prices are very reasonable.
And keenly priced to boot. I had been waiting for 25 years since my last trip to Venice to eat at Al'Nono, and I was not disappointed 👍 Ask for a table in the garden. No wifi.
Cheap and cheerful. You won't be asking the kitchen for their recipes, but the food comes out quickly. Perfect if you have kids. The staff are young and enthusiastic. I recommend the seafood antipasto. The anchovies were the standout on the antipasto platter.
First night in Venice we rushed here on the recommendation of other friends who said that they loved it! I did enjoy the food and the large outdoor courtyard was a pleasure to sit in. The pasta with pesto was fantastic and the tiramisu better...More
This place was recommended to us by our hostess. It was not that easy to find if you don't know Venice. We had fun finding our way there. The trees and lights were so pretty and inviting. We were not sure of the wines, so...More