After 15 days eating mostly wonderful food in Italy, we visited here at the recommendation of the owner of our rented apartment. We stayed above this restaurant so the location was as perfect as possible. It's on one of the larger Venice canals and right by a bridge so easy to get to. YOU MUST LIKE FISH to go here as it is virtually the only thing on any part of the menu. Our family of four split two antipasti, two primi and two secondi and three desserts. We had a bottle of good wine. It was a perfect amount for us. The full bill was 150e. The food was fabulous. We had caprese salad with shrimp, baby octopus with a gazpacho salsa, gnocchi with cuttle fish ink, pasta with monk fish cheeks, and on and on. You get the picture -- all fish. The desserts were very good. One was a cake the chef's mother makes. The nicest thing was they treated us to a small cups (think espresso cup) of cold tomato soup to start. Then wanted us to try a new antipasti on the menu -- a ravioli with tuna and melon -- so treated us to that and treated us to a lovely dessert wine. They did not charge a service fee and did not charge for bread. We were -- seemingly -- the only non-Italians there that evening. The waiter was a native English speaker and will fully translate the Italian -only menu. It was a delightful meal and I highly recommend this place. We felt very welcome and were treated like true guests.