Algiubagiò has long been a great bar but now there are great restaurant options too, looking across to Murano and San Michele
Author Archive | Helen Wright
Gardens are always a bonus in Venice, and this restaurant has a lovely one – it would be great to sit under the wisteria on a warm evening.
Just across the bridge from Murano’s extraordinary honey-coloured Duomo, the Osteria that bears its name is a very handy place.
A treasure of a restaurant right near the Rialto Bridge, Venice
Classy dining in Mayfair – Italian chef Michele Granziera will have your taste buds tingling.
Step back into the Georgian age with some classic British cooking at this wine bar, bakery and restaurant just round the corner from Smithfield Market. No wonder the meat’s good.
Across the narrow Calle from their restaurant Tavernetta San Maurizio Mehdy, Mauro and Silvia have opened a take-away.
Murano has a lot of restaurants but most don’t aspire beyond the basics of Venetian cooking. But there are exceptions.
Risoteca Oniga has an enviable position, looking across the delightful Campo San Barnaba towards the church.
A short but varied menu, mostly consisting of Roman dishes, in Trastevere.