Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Murano. This Venetian island has been world-renowned for centuries for its blown glass creations, from jewelry to tableware to sculptures. Visits here often include a tour of one of its fascinating glass factories, demonstrations of how it’s done—and of course, a visit to at least one of the affiliated showrooms and shops.
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4 based on 956 reviews
We were sent here by our Hotel who said it was a family owned restaurant with a good reputation. They were right. Great seafood raviolli, fantastic service and a total Venetian square side experience. We spend a relaxed hour or so eating our last meal in Venice and it rounded off a highlight of our tour. Worth navigating the maze to find.
4 based on 2623 reviews
We ate here twice and each time we had Arif as our waiter. He is outstanding! Speaks excellent English and has a great personality. He made great recommendations and always assured us if we didnât care for something heâd change it out for us. The food was good but nothing to rave about. Itâs a quiet place with lots of locals. It was a little chilly so we ate inside both times and it was very nice. Located about 10 minute walk from train station.
4 based on 1852 reviews
This has been the best meal I've had.The fish was perfectly cooked and so were the potatoes.They close at 2:15pm but we arrived at 2:05 and they were still very gracious enough and served us.Other half had squid and sardines and said it was perfect.This is a great place with lovely staff.
4 based on 1151 reviews
Enjoyed every moment! Referred by a friend for the delicious food and we agreed. The service was exceptional and our waiter, Mustafa, made our anniversary celebration festive with a chocolate cake, candles and song. The whole restaurant joined in. The pasta with porcini was my favorite!! The tiramisu was so elegant and the sauvignon blanc that was recommended was lovely. We would definitely recommend.
4 based on 861 reviews
Nice, intimate and cozy place: just 20 (or less!!) seats. The food is very well done: I suggest the Capelunghe gnocchetti. Very tasty and with a personality. The manager and the waiter are very friendly and professional. Price: around 50â¬ /pax with wine and dessert.
4 based on 1023 reviews
If you are considering a trip to Murano, this restaurant is a must. They are only open for lunches but that goes well with an early vaporetto ride to the island, some sightseeing followed by a very memorable lunch. Visited recently and enjoyed a first rate meal of mussels in a spicy tomato sauce followed by gnochhi in a crab sauce. With bread and sparkling water the bill came to just over 20 euro. This has got to be some of the best value in the area. The service was excellent and I ate on the terrace with delightful views of ancient buildings and a canal. It was so good, I returned a few days later. Highly recommended.
4 based on 1782 reviews
After dealing with all the crowds in Venice and the busy main streets of Murano, this restaurant on a small square was wonderful. The food and drinks were delicious and very reasonably priced. We stayed traditional with cannelloni and lasagna. The staff was friendly and the meal was topped off with a complimentary grappa.
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