We came across this place thanks to a recommendation from a local, and were very glad we did. Thinking it may be busy, we made a reservation, but when we arrived at 9pm we were the only ones in the restaurant. As the place is tucked down at the end of a small alley, it must go unnoticed by many people, but it deserves to be noticed more.
When we arrived we were greeted warmly by the waiter and handed a menu, which is apparently different every day, as the seafood is freshly caught by the day. Choosing a seafood platter to share for the appetiser was a great choice, as all of it was wonderful. And a great chance for myself to sample octopus for the first time!
For our main dishes, they were happy to provide something from off the menu - spaghetti alle vongole - and the sea bass was cooked perfectly and tasted as good as it looked, which was excellent! The house wine we had to accompany the food was great too.
Having heard of how expensive a city Venice can be, we were pleasantly surprised at the price for the meal, being very reasonable.
If we'd stayed longer in the city, we'd definitely have eaten here again, and would return if we find ourselves in Venice in the future!
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