We were told by (Italian) friends about this restaurant, so when we visited Murano we decided to have lunch there.
We sat outside, in Campo San Stefano, under some umbrellas that thankfully kept out the sun. Service was pleasant and friendly (not what you normally expect in Venice!!!) and fairly quick.
We had a couple of starters: my wife liked the prosciutto & melon she had (old favourite of hers), but I was somewhat underwhelmed by the "typical Venetian starter". Wasn't too bad, wasn't brilliant.
As a main course the kids had spaghetti al ragu which they loved (and which tasted very good, I have to add). We went for seafood-related dishes: spaghetti with lobster and spaghetti with prawns and tomato sauce. Both were very tasty, however the lobster tail was a bit overcooked (and it was actually half a small lobster on the plate, so hands got quite a bit dirty). The prawns were very big - nearly small crayfish.
Total cost including soft drinks (no wine/beer) was 112€ which seems a bit expensive for what we ate, but is actually within the usual cost of a restaurant in Venice. It also includes the 12% service charge that ALL restaurants in Venice seem to charge.
Did I enjoy eating there? Definitely, I enjoyed it and was glad we sat down there.
Would I go again? I wouldn't "pop over" to Murano only to eat here, but if I was visiting the island for other reasons I might visit. Unless I got some other recommendation that I felt like trying!