We ate here on our last night in venice while visiting the biennale. After some truly dreadfull and some very mediocre culinary experiences in venice, this place was like a breath of fresh air. Off the more tourist beaten path, in a more remote piazzale, the service was impecable, the food extremly fresh and surprising. The menu is not extensive and mostly into fish and seafood, but if you like this area of cuisine, it's subtle and very well done.
The helpings are small, so don't go there if you are hungry and need to fill up. Also, the prices are higher than your average tourist restaurant, but well worth in my opinion. We had a shared seeafood starter, main courses, dolce, coffee and a bottle of white wine and was about 100euros for two, including the 5euro cover charge per person. d
All in all, a great experience, would reccomend if you are not particularly hungry but just want a respiro from the average turist junk they serve all around venice.
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