They say you can't eat well in Venice. This place proves them wrong. It is absolutely charming with a wonderful atmosphere. I thought the service was excellent and the cooking spot on. The menu changes regularly and is typically Venetian. The wines are interesting and fairly priced.My only reservation is that it would have been nice to have some vegetable or salad with the main course. It may be traditional but liver and onions and polenta does look a bit dull on the plate without some greenery. But we will definitely return on our next visit to Venice!
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