Visiting Venice on a budget, we were careful to check reviews and try to find places to eat which were still traditional, so tried to avoid the tourist menus (which aren't generally very good dishes) or extortionate restaurants in prime locations. Taverna da Baffo did not disappoint - there were a few other people there so we didn't feel too crammed in or like we were under the spotlight, the food was very good (I'm no food critic and I'm not fussy, but equally I know when I get a well prepared meal). The waiter was very friendly, kept our wine glasses topped up without intruding, and was very helpful with suggesting foods to compliment each other. Also, the portion sizes were just right - we had a first and second course (no appetisers) and dessert, and were both comfortably filled. As a guideline for people, this cost between 70 and 80 euros for two (3 courses each plus a bottle of wine), which seems to be about what you'll pay in Venice for a decent meal.
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