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Cà D'Oro alla Vedova: for a light snack

tradition

Eating on the run in a typical Venetian atmosphere.

Do not be fooled by the welcome, which is sometimes a little rough. The same family has run thistrattoria since the late 19th century, and they have helped make the reputation of Venetian cuisine what it is today. The room is small, so, while waiting for a table, nibble some ciccheti, tapas-like appetisers at the counter, including delicious octopus.

The restaurant has also made polpette, meat dumplings, their speciality, which are, it seems, the best of Venice.This is a reward that the linguine with squid ink and the octopus polenta deserve, both for their iodised fragrance (proof of freshness)as that of the very aromatic olive oil.

For dessert, the mama makes biscuits that you dip in your coffee or, like the Venetians, in your glass of wine.

Cà D'Oro alla Vedova
Cannaregio 3912
30121 Venezia

+39 (0)41 528 5324

Igls6320000@yahoo.it

Menu: around 30 EUR

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