This restaurant is new. It is a sister restaurant of a 5 star restaurant in Verona. This restaurant is expensive. Having said that, it is really, really good. The restaurant is located in St. Mark's Square. It is upstairs from an inexpensive cafe on the Square level. A reservation is necessary. We walked in one day on a lark and asked if we could get a resrevation for that evening. They informed us they were all booked. I left my card and told them we were at the Hotel Danieli. Within 2 hours they had called the hotel and informed us that we had a reservation for that evening. I do not know whether the choice of our hotel helped or not, but I suspect it did. We arrived that evening and were promptly seated at a lovely oversized table. My wife and I each enjoyed a glass of wine recommended by the sommelier. The 18 page menu reveals several tasting menus at various price points. In order to try the tasting menu the entire table must participate. We chose to order from the "secondi piatti" menu. We each ordered the "Astice al vaporo all'olio e salsa di crescione", or steamed lobster sour potato puree and watercress sauce. It was marvelous! The food in this restaurant was the finest we tasted in Venice. The restaurant should not be overlooked when one is in Venice.
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