Contrary to what the name suggests, there's nothing Tuscan about this restaurant's menu. It was formerly a Tuscan wine-and-oil storehouse, and it's worth a visit for its courteous service, fine, but essentially conventional, no-surprises cooking, and ample cellar. The owners, Albino and Mariuccia Busatto, make their presence felt as they walk among the well-appointed tables, opening special bottles of wine and discussing the menu. Gastronomic highlights include a light
tagliolini neri al ragù di astice (thin black noodles served with a delicate lobster sauce), and zabaglione.
Campo San Giovanni Crisostomo, Cannaregio 5719, Venice, 30121, Italy