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Venice is known to be very touristic. In fact, a lot of restaurants offer “touristic menus”. This time I wanted to be well prepared and try out some new and good restaurants. Even though we only stayed two days we managed to tick off some of the restaurants from the list on the right. Beforehand I asked an acquaintance for some typical restaurants to avoid paying cover and service.
Eating in Venice Trattoria da Remigio
On the first day, we tried the Trattoria da Remigio out for lunch. It was right next to our hotel and lied in a smaller alley. When we looked into the restaurant we had the impression that nobody else was sitting inside. But there is a second dining room which you don’t spot from the street. We got a cozy table right next to the window. The dishes were typical and I planned to eat a lot of pasta with seafood, which we also did here. For lunch it was not too much, the food was good. Only withdraw – 2,00€ for the cover and additional 12% service! – dishes around 8-18€
Eating in Venice Taverna del Campiello Remer
For dinner we weren’t so hungry and decided to get an aperol spritz at the Taverna del Campiello Remer which you’ll only find with Google Maps. We had a typical aperitivo, which I’ve told you about it here a long time ago. You can sit in or take an aperol spritz-to-go and sit down on the jetty and enjoy the sunset. – one aperol spritz 5€ or cocktails 8€ with buffet
Eating in Venice Trattoria Storica
Lastly on our last day, we tried out the Trattoria Storica in the northern part of Venice. They offer a lunch menu for 12€ including a starter and a main dish. The portions are huge and way too much for us. Actually I wanted to eat the typical spaghetti al nero di seppie but being late the table next to us got the last portion. I haven’t eaten it for a while and wanted it so badly. Another time. Also, they have a special offer for students and you’ll get one dish for 9€. Good for us also, me being Italian we didn’t pay any cover nor service.
I hope I have some recommendations for your next Venice stay. If you are checking out one of the places from my list please tell me how it was!
more VENICE EATS from insider:
Trattoria dalla Marisa
(the most typical one with very limited seats)
Cannaregio, 652, 30171 Venezia, Italy
Osteria Da Carla
Frezzeria San Marco 1535 / 30124 Venezia, Italia
Fondamenta della Misericordia, 2540, 30121 Venezia, Italy
Trattoria da Remigio
Sestiere Castello, 3416, 30122 Venezia, Italy
Vini da Gigio
Sestiere Cannaregio, 3628, 30121 Venezia, Italy
Riva del Carbon San Marco, 4175 / Venezia, Italia
Riva del Carbon, 4171 / 30124 San Marco, Venezia Italia
Calle Regina, 30135 Venezia, Italy
Sestiere Cannaregio, 30100 Venezia, Italy
La corte sconta
Calle del Pestrin, 3886, 30122 Castello, Venezia Venezia, Italy
Sestiere Cannaregio, 2754, 30121 Venezia, Italy
Taverna del Campiello Remer
Sestiere Cannaregio, 5701, 30121 Venezia, Italy
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Als ich in Venedig war, waren wir gar nicht in Cannaregio essen, weil sich unser Hotel in Santa Croce befand also relativ nah am Bahnhof. Hier konnte man so typische Restaurants auch gar nicht finden, weil wir einfach doch zu nah am "Touristenstrom" dran waren. Aber ich muss auch sagen, dass ich mir, ohne ein einziges Wort italienisch sprechen zu können, in so einem Restaurant ein
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