Stumbling upon Ai Tre Archi was a mere accident, but a nice surprise. I was wandering around Venice on my own, looking for a restaurant I had read about in a cookbook. The other restaurant, Dalla Marisa, had no signs posted, only a street number. Waiting for it to open for 90 minutes was enough time to waste, so I backtracked a few doors down and was cordially greeted by the staff at Ai Tre Archi, named after the bridge a few steps away. There were few foreign tourists around, so mostly Italian was being spoken although the staff, or at least some of them, spoke English. My appetite was ready for some truly authentic Venetian fare and I ordered it from an extensive menu.
Unfortunately for this review I could only eat two courses, but I suspect I will be back in Venice within a year or two, to try more. My order was rather esoteric and if I were putting a meal together I would not have combined these two items.
onto Fondamenta Venier, more than halfway down the canal)
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