For a first eating experience in Venice, this was quite good. Some members of my party rated it the best that they had in that city. There was standard fare presented well, but also some interesting (and yummy) choices, like beetroot ravioli and black garlic tagliatelle. The lamb was perfectly cooked. The prices were a little steeper than the norm and there is definitely a formality to the place that we didn't find in other Venice restaurants (but that can go either way depending on what you like in your dining experience). Not a bad place for romance away from the tourists.
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