This tiny place was full of smelly older Italian men, like the equivilent of our greasy spoon cafes. Unnerving for a young lady like me but the experience was good.
Yes the drinks are cheap, merlot 60cents, presecco 80cents
BUT the servings are maybe 100ml maximum! So you need a few of them.
The crusty rolls with parma ham, salami etc are nice but quite small so again, you need 2 or 3.
The best part of this place is that there is a long stretch of steps down to the canal where you can sit in the sun and eat. We saw a bride and groom go by in a gondola so it was a great atmosphere
Give it a try if you're interested in local cultures
The salami made my fiance very sick but I was fine. Maybe best avoided by the elderly or by pregnant ladies
Nice and polite staff