It’s worth a trip to Murano to sample the excellent cooking at this new kid on the block (or rather canal).
Choose a good day and relax in the sublime garden, sippling a Bellini and looking across to the 11th Century cathedral.
Just across the bridge from Murano’s extraordinary honey-coloured Duomo, the Osteria that bears its name is a very handy place.
Murano has a lot of restaurants but most don’t aspire beyond the basics of Venetian cooking. But there are exceptions.
Serving some of the best food on the island, not least whatever the day’s catch happens to be. Spider crab for antipasti?
A timeless place on Mazzorbo offering wonderful flavours for exceptional value.
Friendly, efficient restaurant in the heart of Murano, with plenty of space inside and a large paved area at the back.
The only real downside to this restaurant is that the shutters come down at 3pm sharp.