Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Fiesso d'Artico, Province of Venice, Italy including Do Mori Calici & Gusto, Ristorante Bacaro Il Gusto, Osteria da Caronte, Bacaro Dei Storti, Mare Divino, Pizzeria Trattoria San Marco di Giordan Endy, Trattoria da Primo Fiesso d'Artico, Gusto Giusto Cicchetteria, A Modo Nostro, Villa Goetzen
4 based on 272 reviews
When visiting Venice I suggest you to try this restaurant and the hotel too.Raw food is unique, as the whole menu, that also changes so you can always try new things. Service is Superbe and the atmosphere.. Just Perfect, capital P.Humility, Amazing quality and great Creativity of the chef make this place so magical.I love this place so much..You will fall desperately in Love..
4 based on 134 reviews
We did have a hard time finding a really good restaurant for dinner in this area. Not quite sure whether A Modo Nostro was still in business (the outside appearance did not look promising), we finally pushed the door open and were greeted warmly and shown to a table immediately, even without reservation. Decoration is quite modern, tasteful and comfortable. Service throughout our stay was attentive, professional, friendly and genuine.The menu is fairly small as this restaurant specializes in seafood from the region. Very obviously the chef is extremely picky and only chooses the best and freshest ingredients available that day.After an amuse bouche (compliments from the kitchen), we started our dinner with wonderful seafood risotto. As main we had deep fried mixed seafood and grilled octopus (sepia). Both were super fresh, very nicely presented, hot, and most importantly: delicious!The meal was accompanied by a nice bottle of white wine from the area.Prices for both, food and wine, are reasonable, the chef is doing an outstanding job, and service is perfect.If you happen to be in the area and you want to experience more sophisticated seafood: A Modo Nostro is a must go!
4 based on 158 reviews
Very good restaurant, great food. Tipical seafood from veneto Friendly staff, specially Adriano, was very helpful with my weak Italian. I recommend and will return.
4 based on 198 reviews
Trovato un po' per caso, grazie anche alle recensioni su T.A.,siamo stati accolti meravigliosamnete dai proprietari del ristorante.Ottimo cibo , un fritto e un baccala' mantecato come antipasto due primi e una grigliata mista di secondo accompagnati da una buona dose di simpatia e gentilezza Trovato un po' per caso, grazie anche alle recensioni su T.A.,siamo stati accolti meravigliosamnete dai proprietari del ristorante.Ottimo cibo , un fritto e un baccala' mantecato come antipasto due primi e una grigliata mista di secondo accompagnati da una buona dose di simpatia e gentilezza del personale, hanno permesso di passare una bella serata in famiglia.Conto adeguato a quanto mangiato.Assolutamente consigliatoAssolutamente consigliato
4 based on 49 reviews
When you think about going to Italy, you dream about the food. You think it's going to be amazing - the pizza! The pasta! The luscious desserts! In our minds we had built up the true Italian dining experience as being phenomenal. Italian restaurants should far outclass their American counterparts.This? Not so much. This? Just okay.Sure the pasta and pizza were good. Amazing? No. Nothing I couldn't find in the States.Our service was just okay too. In fact, I think our waiter(s) were unhappy that they had to walk outside while it was raining to serve us. Granted, there were dining umbrellas everywhere, so they were probably protected from the rain for the most part, but we got the impression that they were grumbling about having to actually SERVE the customer.Because of the rain, we stayed a little longer, ordered some after dinner drinks and dessert, and still they seemed put out. Oh well. It was decent. But the stuff Italian food dreams are made of.
4 based on 405 reviews
I highly recommend this place, whenever you are around Dolo and have appetite for fish. I went several times, as I visit the area often and love to explore restaurants: this is my favourite.The proposition is simple and effective: really fresh fish every day from local fishermen, well executed traditional venetian recipes, an appropriate wine list, in a cozy and elegant ambient -- including outdoor tables.It's a small place, where the two owners seem to do everything, from cooking to attending tables to entertaining customers. Therefore the atmosphere is relaxed and quiet, the service always prompt and attentive.As said, I went several times and it never failed to deliver a fantastic value for money. I suggest you ask them for what is the best catch of the day; as they buy fish every morning, they are always fair in recommending you the best item on the menu. Some reviews mention it is "expensive"; but frankly I think prices are appropriate. I am saying this comparing to 1) other fish restaurants in the area, with same or higher prices but with less value in terms of food, service and ambient and 2) the market price of fresh fish and good wine, which I discovered to be very high by going to the market myself.Some other reviews mention bad service, or small plates. Never happened to me, and does not seems to fit the two generous owners; however being a two-men-show I guess some times they may under deliver.Clearly I am a supporter. Surely they can further improve, adding new flavours to the menu and removing those awkward paintings from the walls.
4 based on 213 reviews
Last night we were looking for a pizza,but stumbled upon this place. And were we lucky! We had a huge fish platter,with (I think) 10 different shellfish & fish dishes,followed by a hot dish with 2 types of squid & bacala on polenta. Everything was deliziozo! The owner speaks excellent English. Go there,you won't be sorry.
4 based on 381 reviews
William Wordsworth described poetry as, "emotion recollected in tranquility." Today we consider a bit of culinary poetry. Osteria da Caronte is a small trattoria on the canal in the countryside of the village of Stra in Veneto. (The name comes from the boatman who rows those who have died across the river Styx in Roman and Greek mythology.) It has a warm interior dining space decorated, in part, with lovely poems, a smaller dining patio under the trees outside the main door and a larger garden dining area that was not yet open. We were trying it for lunch based on the recommendation of a friend on an afternoon when we visited Villa Pisani. After the initial formalities, our waiter brought to the table a small warm loaf of whole grain bread with toasted sunflower seeds, fresh out of the oven. (They thought to toast the seeds before baking!) It was delicious, especially with a little olio, although I would have appreciated a plate upon which to carry this out. I had a vegetarian primi of lovely, freshly made pasta with fresh porcini, seasoned with a bit of thyme and parsley and the usual parmagiano. Simple and perfect. (Actually, the best plate of pasta that I have had on this nearly three week trip.) This was followed up by a salad of finely chopped greens and vegetables, principally radicchio, dressed with oil and balsamico and a bit of delicious whole grain toast with nuts and raisins and a side dish of fresh regional asiago and a piece of white polenta. The polenta had a wonderful flavor--different from the strong corn flavor of good yellow polenta--and was far and away the creamiest polenta on this trip. Again, simple and perfect. My friend had some fried fish. This may sound like Friday night in Wisconsin in the USA, but this fish was delicately coated, more like tempura, and then flash fried at precisely the correct temperature so that it absorbed almost no oil. It was also a broader assortment of fish than is usual for this dish in Veneto: calamari, small river shrimp, large prawns, etc. which was absolutely fresh--not frozen. The service was warm, friendly and prompt but allowed us plenty of time for conversation, especially with the couple at the next table who were there with their toddler. The servings were generous but not overwhelming, although by the time we had finished, we didn't feel that we had room for dolci. We ordered some caffe, and then received a small dish of exquisite little butter cookies with the coffee. Again simple and perfect. For the two of us il conto came to â¬50--the best art is often priced a little under the market! For a meal with all of the courses, of course, it would be a bit more. Still, excellent value. We left the restaurant after wandering the grounds along the canal for a bit, with that peculiar inner smile that is more than the sum of satisfying one's appetite, but comes from feeling the art and the love in the food. Don't visit this place unless you are hungry for simple and perfect culinary poetry.
4 based on 455 reviews
I discovered this restaurant for a business lunch advised by local people. The restaurant has a bright and clear white wood and modern furniture and is managed by 3 young and nice guys. The Menu del giorno for â¬ 14 was just perfect: excellent quality and taste in generous portions served with care. I enjoyed zuppetta invernale di verdure, sfogliatina di verdure su fonduta di Asiago (traditional cheese from the delightful plateau of the Sette Comuni di Asiago) and a licorice cream as dessert. Home made bread, grissini and crostini are really a plus.
4 based on 97 reviews
When we first saw the restaurant, we were unsure about the quality and other components of an enjoyable visit. Tourists like us wouldn't walk in, because the location is very hidden. But a good friend of mine recommended this whole new experience of Italy to us, and it was clearly worth it. The moment we walked in, all the prejudices disappeared, as we saw the typical Italian interior. Another positive effect was the well-qualified service. The dishes were beautifully served, the taste, logically, perfect. We asked the waiter for a recommendation for a wine, the result was phenomenal. Thank you for the evening, I will definitely recommend it.Yours sincerely,Tobias Fischer and Maximilian Raab
ThingsToDoWeb © 2018 All rights reserved.