New Year's Eve Restaurant in Venice

Dec 12th, 2012, 06:40 AM
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New Year's Eve Restaurant in Venice

I want to book a table in Ristorante Sabrina for the New Ear's Eve. We are a group of 15 persons. With the discount we must pay 115 eur. They have a very nice menu but we still looking. We find a lot of offers but more than 250 eur for one person.

In this restaurant we find a realy nice traditional fish menu for that price:

Welcome drink

Mixed fish appetizer:
- Fried and marinate Sardines venetian style with polenta;
- Shrimp cocktail;
- Octopus salad;
- Scallops au gratin;
- Mussels and clams Venetian style.

- Spaghetti Venetian with squid ink and cuttlefish;
- Noodles with scampi, shrimp and zucchini;
- Bigoli in salsa Venetian style.

Main courses:
- Sea bass, sea bream, scampi, baked salmon with potatoes and olives capers
- Sea bass, sea bream, scampi, grilled salmon

Side dish: salad or grilled vegetables.


Natural water / gas water;
Wine: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Soave;
Champagne flute;

Not so much time... So if somebody knows a nice restaurant, near San Marco Square with a reasonable price, let me know!

lorenzo335 is offline  
Dec 15th, 2012, 07:58 AM
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I will be at the Vecio Fritolin restaurant. Not very far from Piazza san Marco. For New Year's eve the menu is a la carte. You have to book.
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Dec 15th, 2012, 08:40 AM
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Me thinks Lorenzo is plugging his restaurant.
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Dec 15th, 2012, 10:26 AM
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Marija - methinks you have hit the nail on the head. Lorenzo's first and so far only post.

i looked the place up - the food may be fine but the ambience didn't seen to be much and the couple eating in the restaurant looked pretty glum.
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Dec 16th, 2012, 07:59 AM
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Is my only post becouse is the first time that I will be Europe with friends. Just wanted to be useful!

Thank you "olivella" but from hotel were we booked told us that is better to book a menu instead "a la carte" becouse it will cost more!
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