Pretty canalside restaurant, which was not too busy for early evening.
We were keen to try local dishes, so I had very tender calves liver dish - Fegato with onions and grilled white polenta cake; a very pleasing introduction to Venetian cooking . My wife had grilled monkfish with a chips side dish. The fish was cooked well and the chips were of a ‘scooped out’ style which made them very light. Overall, the food was of a better than expected good standard without being spectacular.
The service was attentive which was contrary to some reports of Venice, so a good start to our stay.
This restaurant is recommended at a good price for Venice and not being far from the arrival area of Piazzale Roma / Ferrovia
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