On the busy main road from Chioggia to Venice, with traffic roaring past day and night, you'll find this oasis of slow food, a calm foodie heaven with prompt welcoming service and a menu which is very good value given the outstanding quality. Our 3 course meal for two including wine, water and coffee came to 60 euros.
My partner declared he's never had better sole, and my giant grilled prawns were fantastic. Even their chips were to die for! (More like hot crisps!)
Just one small warning, though. It isn't really a tourist restaurant, so a bit of Italian helps, although I'm sure they would bend over backwards to be helpful.
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