We paid €300 for lunch for four people, no dessert. The food was good, but we enjoyed other meals in Venice more and paid half as much. So, if expensive food is your thing, this place is for you! The service is good.
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Our hotel, Gritti Palace, recommended this place for dinner. Since we were staying at the nicest hotel in Venice, we were expecting to be recommended a higher-end establishment. But that's not the restaurant's fault of course. My friend and I had a great time here....More
This restaurant was very close to our hotel and we had passed it several times on our walks. The food was good, but lacked the extra detail that the price warranted. Our starters were Casanova Carpaccio "with Casanova sauce", not sure of the Casanova connection...More
The place ia beautiful, very charming and classical. The food and wine were excellent. The service was quite nice and professional
We ended up here after I asked a young shop assistant if he could recommend somewhere 'nice' and 'special' that I could take my husband for his 50th birthday after being turned away from our original booking location due to dress code. Our waiters Fabrizio...More
This was our fine dining dinner in Venice. Expensive but worth it. Every course was perfectly prepared, and the service was attentive and accommodating.
Why high end hotels send their guests here is beyond me. The place is tired, the menu is old and the food is so so. To make matters worse, the waiters are snooty. They seem to rush around but there were only 4 tables with...More
Despite the 3 star rating on Trip Advisor, we decided to come here based on friends' recommendation. We ordered ravioli with spinach, spaghetti with clams and beef stroganoff. The ravioli and stroganoff were disappointing: ravioli was heavy while beef was a bit tough and dry....More
First, let me say that if you are on a budget, this is not your place. Nothing on the menu is inexpensive and for Venice that's saying a lot. We ate her twice during our stay in Venice and were pleasantly surprised both times. The...More