La Piazza, behind the Basilica of San Marco, in the center of Venice
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La Piazza restaurant has a lot of customers and the tables are usually full, it is quite cramped. However, they serve very quickly, the waiters are very responsive and kind. The music is Italian and creates a good atmosphere.
You will find a wide variety of things on the menu, mostly seafood, but not only that. Everything is delicious, you can’t go wrong here. The most ordinary lasagna is terribly tasty.
I especially recommend the ravioli stuffed with speck, with white sauce. Wonderful! Light smoky aroma, fine taste.
The Frittura (breaded seafood) is also good.
Whatever wine you choose is always good, you can ask the waiters, they will orient you perfectly.
Unfortunately, the panna cotta and tiramisu were not up to par, but everything else was good.
At the end we were given lemon sorbet to clear the palate and they gave us as a gift a bottle of red wine from their eponymous cellar.
If you decide to eat at La Piazza, you won’t go wrong.
How to get to restaurant La Piazza in Venice?
Just use the Google map here by clicking on the red pin of its location and then select directions:
A: S. Marco, 615, 30124 Venezia VE
Opening Hours: Mon- Sun 11:00-24:00
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