Un piacere (a pleasure) might be the best way to describe the dining experience here: from the fanciful, tasteful interior decor to romantic candlelighted tables dotting the Campo dei Mori to the inspired cucina. The attentive expertise of chef and co-owner Lorenzo is evident in every dish: try the fagotti (bundles of beef marinated in Chianti with goat cheese) or a seafood version with prawns, zucchini, and ricotta. Risotto with scampi and savory fenferli
mushrooms won't disappoint, nor will the signature parchment-baked monkfish. Co-owner Micael has artfully created a regional wine list. The osteria is just under the nose of the campo's famous corner statue.
Campo dei Mori, Fondamenta dei Mori, Cannaregio 3386, Venice, 30121, Italy