As mentioned in several other reviews, this restaurant serves very average tourist fare to a majority foreign audience.
Our food, although not unpleasant, was nothing to come back for.
The fillet of market fish was small, slightly overcooked and served with a scattering of bland vegetables.
The cravates hanging everywhere (apparently it used to be a cravate shop) were a fun touch and gave it a slightly quirky atmospere.
Service was friendly.
If you want a more authentic Venetian experience head to the nearby Campo Santa Magherita and try out one of the several Osterias around the square.
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