A very pretty place, with tables among the greenery in the tiny front courtyard in summer. The cuisine is French classics.
Author Archive | Helen Wright
Bright colours and friendly staff at this cheerful Italian, which offers some interesting regional specialities.
Interesting local dishes; the fact that those queuing are mostly Italian says it all.
Nervous eaters should avoid anything with the word pajata: it is not Roman dialect for potatoes.
This tiny restaurant behind the Hotel Danieli serves a mean fritto misto and the best Italian potato salad in town.
Peggy Guggenheim and assorted artists came here in the 50s and 60s.