From across the canal, candles and lanterns glow invitingly in the paned-glass windows of this intimate wood-paneled, one-room restaurant. But the simple interior belies some seriously adventurous work being done in the kitchen downstairs. A Caesar salad arrives artfully deconstructed at the table with Parmesan gelée (jelly) cubes, whole organic romaine leaves, and for good measure, two whisper-thin slices of Italian bacon (an unusual but delicious addition). The menu is strong on flavorful game (try the venison stew en croûte) and uncomplicated desserts, such as rhubarb cake.
If you've rented a canal boat or gondola to tour the city's canals, note that this restaurant is accessible by boat.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Full Bar
- Good for Groups
- Prix Fixe
Cuisine Type:: French