Excellent well-priced food. This is a cafeteria-style restaurant - you choose your food at the bar and pay and then help yourself to tablecloth, cutlery, etc. The fish is fresh and there is a big selection. There is a price list behind the counter with the main dishes and a blackboard with specialities. Be aware that the specialities can work out rather more expensive as they are cooked to order and it is worth asking for a price range before ordering so you don't get a shock. There are seats under cover or in the open and there is a view of the lagoon. You can arrive by private boat or vaporetto.
Small trattoria on Strada Nova. There are very few tables so it is worth booking in advance. Alternatively you can stand at the bar and have an 'ombra' (small glass of wine) and try the polpette (meat balls) that they are famous for.
Just a stone’s throw from Piazza San Marco stands one of Venice’s most historic restaurants, the “Bacarandino”. Here you will find a warm welcoming atmosphere where you can enjoy creative Venetian dishes.