Our last evening in Venice and we were feeling rather jaded. Asked the concierge where she would go for dinner and she recommended this restaurant. We arrived to be seated outside on their raised terrace in the Campo Sant' Angelo (it was a cool evening but we preferred to be there as the restaurant itself seemed very full and busy) which was very pleasant. Almost at once complimentary bruchetta arrived and we were recommended an excellent Campania white. Our main courses included excellent cheese stuffed zucchini, an 'historic' pizza and the signature meat pasta dish 'tagiata di manzi al profumo mediterrano', which was outstanding. With friendly and attentive service this was a very good 'last supper' at reasonable prices. We will certainly return here for lunch sometime.
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