Polite staff and excellent food. You can still dress for dinner here and not feel out of place. The wine on the menu is in bottles but they will serve you wine by the glass if you ask.
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Fairly decent menu and a good wine list. This place can get crowded so patience will be rewarded. Go for the seafood.
This restaurant looked so inviting from the outside. Don't be put off by the fact it looks full. Go in anyway. There is a second large dining room in the back - with just as good an atmosphere. I was warmly greeted even though I...More
We went to this restaurant since it was close to our hotel and had good reviews here. It was a disappointment and a regrettable food experience.. we both chose the escalopes of veal with mushrooms and what we got was dry meat covered with slimy...More
....given that it is on the main drag for tourists. The basic rule to go to a place that's full rather than the one that's empty, is also valid for Venice. The restaurant has a typical menu but we were happy with the food an...More
After a very long day and grand ideas of walking into town to a little Osteria, I caved and walked next door. I wasn't disappointed at all. A true Venetian gem to be found and not missed. Impeccable service, food and wine. A very long...More
I had the Ravioli and thought I had died and gone to heaven. We sat outside which was little noisy but the food took the noise away. Our waiter was so much fun and was very helpful in telling us what the specials were and...More
My family and I attended for a light supper of pasta. The spaghetti was very mediocre, but the ravioli was quite good, even though the portion was a bit small ( 3 ravioli's). Some bread accompanied the meal, some of which was a bit stale....More