This is one of those places upon which you are not very likely to stumble. I read about it on trip advisor so I though we would try it and I am very glad we did. It is one of the oldest buildings in Venice; I believe they said it was a post office-certainly not the kind we have today; now obviously converted to a restaurant. It is very small and romantic; the service is excellent as well as the food. Some of the recipes are from the 14th century. How can it not be good with a recipe that has survived the test of time!
Spend a little extra time looking at the artwork.
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