Very tasty good. Peasant ambience. A good choice in frenetic Venice where so many restaurants are tourist traps.
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I arrived for lunch and ordered an excellent Pizza served on a wooden plate accompanied by a glass of sauvignon red wine from Sicily. The food I saw on the nearby tables all looked very nice, The food and service were both excellent and the...More
This was the third of the Pan Vino e San Daniele restaurants that we visited in Venice. This one is down a busy alley between the Accademia Bridge and the Dorsoduro. The restaurant was busy, filled mainly with tourists (unlike the other two we visited),...More
Multi-lingual and passionate about food, with oils and wines from their family business the owners have made this is a great restaurant serving good food, good wine and they excel at making their clients feel welcome
This restaurant is hidden away in a not especially lovely square, the Campo dell'Angelo Raffaele, a good ten or fifteen minutes from the Accademia, in the little visited heart of the Dorsoduro. We turned the corner into the square and just saw about ten unpretentious...More
Genuine italian food from the farm, served with good humor by a linguist, turned restauranteur. We liked the food and went back for lunch twice an dinner twice.
Small family run with excellent food and wine. Attention to ambience as well as menu choices. Not centrally located but well worth the walk.
We were welcomed in on a rainy evening. Our host asked where we were from, produced menus in English, and spent time explaining the specials, which were in Italian. We shared a delicious freshly sliced starter of San Danieli ham with mozzarella. Mains were superb...More
Recommended by our hosts, this restaurant did not disappoint. It appears that this is a chain restaurant - really? Throw out equating this to a US chain restaurant. We had amazing salads here and the pasta dishes we ordered were delicious as well. Charming place...More