Advantages Great place to eat
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Wandering around Venice looking for somewhere to eat can be fun, or a nightmare. We have been use to eating in a little restaurant called " Tre Spiedi" but they sold last year after 25 plus years of ownership so we have been looking and looking for somewhere in the same vein.On walking around the Rialto area we came across Da Sandro, and thought we may give it a try.
They have a good basic menu, and seating inside for about 20 and then a covered are at the front with 8 bench seats and long tables to seat 32 at a push. The heating was on and very enjoyable.The kitchen is on view so you are able to watch the chef/cook at work which is always a bonus and everywhere was clean and tidy. They do serve pizza and the pizza oven is the other side of the street.
We ordered a litre of house wine, water and beer, we all had a starter, either pasta or the home made soup and all clean plates from us 5. For mains Jane had polo, which was well cooked, 3 of us had pizza Vesuvius and Steve had a Calzone pizza which had a coating of tomato sauce on the top. We did get asked if we would like a dessert but they had sold out of the tiramisu, so declined, but as an after thought it would have been too much.The total cost of the meal for 5 with a cover charge of 2 euros a person was 127-10, and we had a complimentary Lemoncello and Grappa to round the meal off.
Cannot fault it.
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