I last visited Venice 10 years ago and discovered this place. Luckily, some things don't change. Yet again we visited it twice during our stay. Situated on a quiet side street/canal, the restauarnt has a quasi-rustic feel. If you're lucky get the table in the corner with a great view on to a classic Venetian bridge & canal scene.
The food is always to a very high standard - great starters like baby octopus with celery, a delicious clam "soup" (loads of clams in a chili broth - piquant but delicious) and lovely marinated fish. A special mention this time for the "grigliata mista" - a fantastic assortment of fish, squid, langoustines & prawns - perfectly fresh & simply, but expertly, grilled. My daughter had the frittura which was also very good. Plus, a complementary glass of prosecco on arrival, a good selection of wines and good desserts.
The lady owner is cheerful & friendly and service always good, but never rushed. By Venice standards the value for money is also excellent - we paid around 120 euros for 3 x 3 courses and a little wine.
As I said, I first found this place 10 years ago - I hope it'll be around for many years to come!
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