Food is good but you have to pay attention to the prices. 3 € an espresso coffee, 10 € a beer (medium size, bottle)
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This tiny restaurant is run by people who care about food. We booked ahead and that was a wise decision as every table was full with an animated clientele, many of whom were clearly regulars. What a treat to have a full gluten-free menu! Everything...More
seems okay but DON'T BE FOOLED by this place. touristy! expensive for what u get. one waiter is super-friendly while the other hates your guts. perfectly cooked al-dente pasta spoiled by too much salt. no atmo whatsoever - just a fake TOURIST TRAP that will...More
We found this place whilst getting lost around the cobbled streets of Venice looking for a good lunch spot. The appeal of this place was the tapas style option. The selection of tapas style food was fantastic, all the seafood/fish dishes are easy to recommend....More
My friend and I happened upon this little restaurant. We were very tired of walking around wondering where we were going to eat. Other places we saw reviewed, once we got to Venice, were told the food was too American. We were also told to...More
This bar/restaurant was a welcome reprieve from the bustling tourist traps near the rialto bridge, same 'happy hour' prices as the other places, but it wasn't happy hour. Lots of character, great service. A selection of 8 different Venetian beers and a range of mini...More
Situated not far from the Rialto bridge in a lively and busy street, this osteria has a lot of character. I would recommend the plate of cicchetti to share for lunch and a good glass of red wine of prosecco. Fairly priced and good value!
A little language barrier but the service and the food was very good. We had Spaghetti and Clams. Portion was on the small side but very tasty.