Food and drink
A fairly standard menu of Venetian and Italian favourites – pasta, meat and fish – is prepared competently. For me, the generously sized pizzas are some of the best to be found in town (though remember, of course, that pizza is not a Venetian speciality), and the happy crowds of students and families with children digging into them seem to agree with me.
Loud, bustling, relaxed and generally friendly. Locals are as numerous here as tourists.
Staff can be hassled and tight-lipped at peak times.
Not far from the Rialto, just across the little bridge leading north-west out of Campo San Cassiano.
I recommend sticking to the pizza, which, with a beer, costs about 14 euros. Choose a full meal from the à la carte menu and the tab could go up to 30 euros or more.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers