Dining from an ala carte menu in Venice is going to be expensive and this place is no exception. It is located in a fairly quiet square and the outside dining area has a certain ambiance about it. Service was very good with the owner taking good care of us. However, the prices for what we had were quite expensive given the quality of the food was not exceptional. I had what was described as calve's liver Venetian style i.e. fried liver in onions, but in fact it could have been calve's liver "anywhere" style. It was OK but not brilliant. For four adults, and two children who only had simple pizzas, the bill came to more than 200 euros which we thought was a bit too much. We had far better meals in other establishments by going for the "tourist menu. Probably wouldn't use this place again but would not really put anyone off giving it a try but be warned, it ain't cheap.
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