Let's start with the restaurant. The interior is beautiful and dimly lit even for lunch, which is just much more flattering ;) The service was fantastic. Ok now let's get to the good stuff, the food. I did a vegetarian version of the classic tasting menu, which they were all too happy to help piece together. The famous saffron risotto is easily top five dishes I've ever had, and the cannelloni is also up there now that I'm thinking about it. The beetroot artichoke course was most surprising though. I feel like a lot of places are doing beets for vegetarians and they can be kind of hit or miss for me. I loved this one. As for drinks, I asked the sommelier to pair 2-3 wines with the meal (sadly I didn't want to drink too much) and the choices were excellent and relatively affordable. It was a trek for me to get out to the restaurant from Venice, but it was worth it!
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