Algiubagiò has long been a great bar but now there are great restaurant options too, looking across to Murano and San Michele
Not only has some fine, interesting cooking from the kitchen, but a delightful ambience too.
A classy menu at keen prices that keeps its clientele coming back time and again.
Tables in the sun, a traditional menu and above average puddings.
If you’re within five minutes walk of the Ponte Guglie and need a refuelling stop, this should fit the bill.
Informal and friendly service, and food a cut above the basic family fare.
Another simple Trattoria offering more than just simple fare.
Home-made bread is the first sign that food is taken very seriously here; imaginative and high-class cooking at a very reasonable price.
Nothing fancy, with a simple menu chalked up on a blackboard, but it’s laid back and it won’t break the bank.
All the Venetian favourites are here, but the emphasis is on finding gently novel renditions.