My husband and I popped in on our way back to the hotel. The staff were friendly. Hubby enjoyed the pizza and the waiter made me a gluten free pasta dish. Very reasonably priced.
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We had been walking around for a bit and happened upon this small restaurant...what a gem! 2 of us had the steak smothered in gorgonzola cheese...scrumptious! The tiramisu for dessert was divine. Its a nice quaint place (would have been nice & quiet except for...More
I was really disappointed with what they presented on the menu. They put €7.00 for the fish and in the bottom you see 100g. If you're not familiar with the language or you don't paying attention you might go for it. And it's only came...More
We were roaming the streets on a foggy day near Saint Marks and came upon the restaurant on a side street. Ready for a good Italian lunch we very pleased with our meals. My husband was thrilled with their rich lasagna and I was so...More
We just pass by, went in and enjoyed good food in a nice place! The owner was honest , explained about the food. Nice waiters, fresh food!
My wife and I happened on to this restaurant after taking a late night gondola ride near St. Mark's Square. The restaurants around the square were offering club sandwiches for $14 euros so we decided to look elsewhere. I have to say I am surprised...More
We went and when we expressed some interest in local wine, a nice Italian waiter was very helpful. He served us ahead of other who were there before us because of this and discussed the wine at length as it was from a revered local...More
Well priced, seemed to be family run. The food was good and would be happy to go back. Was all cooked fresh and the service was excellent
Good little restaurant with good pasta and good service. My caprese salad was a bit ordinary, but the gnocchi was excellent. It was light and fluffy with a very tasty bolognese sauce. I would happily return.
We ate here last night, the staff & owner couldn't have been more helpful. There was plenty of space which is a luxury in Venice, and the clientele seemed mostly local or European, it was not touristy at all which is part of the appeal....More