Venice can lead to leg pain, but the restaurant San Stefano allow the pain to forget. There are many other restaurants around but this one attracts by the generous smile of waiters and menus. Comfortable chairs, large tables. The full taste of the wonderful dishes could be enjoyed if the Italian approach to smoking in the restaurant gardens is only abandoned.
I highly recommend the Carpaccio of tuna and squid. Best dishes should be served in the accompaniment of white wine. I strongly advise against house wine – it is too watered down. It is better to select bottled wine.
Venice... Your meal enrich the delights of the surrounding architecture and pigeon hunting on a piece of bread.
I'll be back at the earliest opportunity. Five stars.
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