We opted to have lunch in this restaurant (which is the first on the path linking the small harbour to the old church) before our visit to the rest of the small island which indeed offers several things to see. Forget the chaos of the city, the restaurant is in an quiet location, where only few tourists arrive, plunged in a countryside landscape. My wife and I, enjoyed generous portions and the quality of the food is above the average of the other restaurants we visited in Venice. Overall experience very good.
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