Everything was good! Burrata and tomato, seafood pasta... still not convienced enough to rate it better.. Average, in taste, also in price, kind of italian food that you can eat back home...
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Many people recommended this restaurant as we were traveling with someone who was vegan and they are vegan friendly. The restaurant is pretty, with outside eating area that can be covered if there is inclement weather. Somehow the menu seemed limited and I couldn't really...More
This restaurant was recommended by the desk clerk at our hotel as a place where we could get a light dinner. I ordered the pasta pomodoro and it was one of the best meals I had in Venice. The pasta was perfectly sauced-each strand tasted...More
Spaghetti di mare Octopus salad or fish Tiramisu You are not stolen but the mid-cooked tuna dish that we saw seemed very good too!!! Don't forget the Spritz!
We should have written down the market price for the fish and verified it with the waiter before we ordered. But, being trusting (!) we both heard 17 euros for the fish, which didn't seen unreasonable. When the bill came they charged us 70 euros...More
We were very hungry, it was very late, and we found this restaurant in Venice. It was unexpectedly good! One of the best spaghetti con vongoli that I have ever tasted! The staff was very nice and helpful and didn't seem annoyed by the fact...More
It was a soaking wet evening in Venice and we didn't manage to make a proper dinner reservation on time. Somehow we stumbled upon La Patatina (their vegan menu was definitely attractive) and did not regret it. I wanted to experience Italian food with a...More
We've been to this restaurant many times and will be back soon, always had a lovely meal good wine list of local wines. Good service, lovely outside tables in the square or in the garden at the back. We do need to call them on...More
The place was deserted around 6pm as people here eat a lot later it seems. Sat by the seafood showcase where the chef/cook grabbed stuff as the orders came in. Lucky for us he took the sepia squid ink, scallops, mussels and clams before a...More