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Chat Qui Rit has created a tranquil and naturalistic setting for savoring Mediterranean classics. Its outdoor seating is located in a narrow Venetian alley and has a row of tables and chairs and charming flower pots. The dining room has creepers and lamps hanging from the wooden, patterned ceiling, pots with plants and flowers, wooden furniture and a landscaped aquarium. This restaurant also prides itself on being an eatery offering self service. However, it also boasts of waiters who are trained to execute orders at a quick speed and collectively know six languages so that they can converse with a variety of tourists. Guests can either order from the buffet counters or à la carte. Its menu includes dishes like Octopus Salad for appetizers, and Fourth Baked Chicken and Bream and Sea Bass Grilled for the main course, along with a mixed platter of desserts.
This pizzeria is large and comfortable and its rooms are elegantly decorated. There are tables outside, which are always full of customers, including many tourists. The atmosphere at the Ristorante Pizzeria Conca D'Oro is reminiscent of comfort and the fare served here is absolutely delicious. There is a wide range of pizzas to choose from as well as traditional dishes like fish, risotto, antipasti and desserts. Drinks include several types of beer and good local wines. Service is polite,but, could be faster. Come here when your stomach is clamoring for a tasty treat at a moderate price.
When touring through Venice devouring loads of pasta should be at the top of your itinerary and Alfredo's Pasta To Go presents all pasta lovers with an affordable option of enjoying this delicious Italian dish. They specialize in cooking a variety of noodles and sauces, giving hungry patrons an option to choose their pasta and sauce. Any combination you choose will not disappoint you. The pasta comes in a convenient container and you can enjoy the deliciousness sitting at the steps of a short bridge just couple of minutes away from the take-out joint.
Venezia Felice offers a delicious Venetian fare along with a well-considered wine list. Located on Calle dei Fabbri, the restaurant has a menu full of Italian staples including a range of antipasti, pastas and pizzas - with a slight preference of seafood and fish dishes. The offerings are absolutely delectable - it's easy to see that ingredients used to prepare them are local, fresh and top quality. Apart from a prolific a la cart menu, there's a set menu on offer as well. The service here is pleasant and the ambiance warm; all in all, Venezia Felice makes for a good dining experience.
Opened in 1993, this restaurant features traditional Venetian cuisine and is known for its rare wine selection. The Bistrot de Venise welcomes you with its elegantly rich interiors that radiate an aura of warmth. You can choose from an assortment of contemporary or traditional seafood appetizers and main courses, pastas and risotto, Venetian-style liver, grilled fish. It also hosts art exhibitions, poetry recitals and cultural evenings from time to time.