The spot is unique. The staff very pleasant and helpful. The service a little bit slow but you don't get bored with such views. The first dishes maybe a little bit better than the main. Panacotta is a must
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After a friendly welcome the service was disinterested and extremely. Half of what we ordered was not available. When the food came - finally - it was mediocre and in tiny portions. The check wasn't ...
Inexplicably, the veal here is apparently from animals subjected to force-fed milk, whereas the calf's liver originates from local free range cattle., and jolly good , too, was the latter. My wife's pasta dish was also excellent But are they trying too hard, here ?...More
Looking at the menu, It is supposed to be in the medium+ type of restaurant. Pastas were fresh and delicious as a first course. Not a large quantity though and we were extremely disappointed with the bread that was not fresh. prices are 15% more...More
Excellent food, good presentation, staff a little slow but excellent views and atmosphere. Nice service and good wines.
Dinner here was fantastic! An easy water taxi across the canal from Venice... come at sunset and request first line table for best view!
We booked dinner here for our Anniversary, and because it was given a good rating by Rick Steve's, and our hotel concierge said it was nice. It was rather challenging to get to from where we were staying across the Grand Canal, as the Vaporetto...More
This was our third trip to this restaurant, the first, highly enjoyable being in 2011, and the second, almost as good, in 2013. Sadly, this was third time unlucky. The service was fine and the view remains the view: superb. Unfortunately, the presumably new chef...More
Enjoy a nice diner, quietly seated in the border of the canal, looking to San Marco lights. The food was amazingly surprising, with a lot of research in mixing the flavors. On e of the best meals I had in a long long time