Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Chioggia, Province of Venice, Italy. Chioggia [ˈkjɔddʒa] (Venetian: Cióxa, Latin: Clodia) is a coastal town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Venice in the Veneto region of northern Italy.
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4 based on 630 reviews
The host recomended several restaurants in Chioggia, saying that actuall all restaurants there were good. And this is true! But... When I first ate at Bella Venezia I realized that it was the BEST one in Chioggia. I went there on the following day - and again the food and service - everything was fantastic. Great choice of fish, wine, desserts. Charming staff. And the owner - very hospitable lady who treats her clients as friends. And the atmosphere is so relaxing with birds singing and no noise coming from the square which is just around the corner. Enjoy your meal and relax!Grazie mille per le mie cene buonissime!
4 based on 312 reviews
Quite hard to find, this little restaurant, with only 7-8 tables, serves mainly fish and seafood. And if you are in Chioggia, you should eat that.The dishes are quite simple and very good, and this to a reasonable price. On the contrary, the desserts do not seem so interesting. Very good and attentive service.
4 based on 797 reviews
An awful dining experience in an overpriced local taverna. Had to wait 15min to order the drinks, then another 20 min to order the food, from totally unmotivated staff. Extremely small seafood portions arrived 45min later. Good presentation but average quality, ended up being overcharged 2x the price for the fish weight.
4 based on 828 reviews
There are several good seafood restaurants in Chioggia due to it's location and reputation but this is the best.Excellent food, well presented and great service. What more do you need?
4 based on 528 reviews
Iâm usually tolerant of the occasional bad service, but our meal was spoiled by a single, but serious, problem: they misjudged the time needed to bake my sonâs fish, to such an extent that we had all finished before he was even served.That apart, the remainder of the meal was excellent. A delicious âamuse boucheâ; and we all had excellent fresh fish or pasta dishes, and good desserts. Overall, this place is a cut above the usual tourist fare.
4 based on 427 reviews
A very friendly waiter guided us through the available menu-stops and equipped us with a very fitting wine. The antipasto's , raw and cooked, were very nice, although the absolute freshness was missed with the raw Gamberi, the pasta was excellent and the turbot was very tasteful although either a bit overdone or not taken from unfenced territory, I couldn't decide, which means it was still ok.the final bill was â¬ 130 for three people, which is normal for this part of the country but left a bit of aftertaste regarding the little mistakes mentioned above, may you should invite the waiter to show you the fish beforehand, like he did at the neighbour table, all in all recomendable!
4 based on 248 reviews
The restaurant is really placed in a street far from the beaten path. The Aurora Hotel has a restaurant; the street windows are not really too easy to spot, not much of a light on the front. Anyway you are finally there; place is quite spacious and comfortable, staff is friendly and attentive. Menu features local seafood (always fresh) and pizza. Pizza is good but the spotlight is on seafood. Good choice, fresh, perfectly cooked. No hesitation, dive into the menu and get what you want; no problem. Wine list is available together with a couple of beers on tap. Price is coherent to quality although bill will not spoil your evening.
4 based on 739 reviews
One of our best dining experiences over several years in the Chioggia/Sottomarina area. We (2 adults 2 kids under 13) opted for the mixed boiled fish starter which is pricey at â¬40 but well worth it. It comprises several beautifully prepared and flavoured dishes in imaginative dressings and sauces - calling it "mixed boiled fish" is underselling it big time. Our main courses were also very tasty and carefully prepared, but to be honest, not being the biggest eaters, we couldn't finish the seconds due to the extravagance of the delicious mixed starter. We accompanied the meal with a 1/2 carafe of prosecco (â¬6), 2 bottles of water and a coffee all of which totaled a somewhat eye watering â¬126 (no doubt in sympathy with the mouth watering food....). Anyway, reasonable value for a truly great meal. Why not 5 stars? Once again, it fails due to our eternal frustration with restaurants refusing to provide a written menu so guests have to be memory champions as their server reels of a list of 20 or more dishes and expects each guest to make an instant selection. Sheer madness and although we're fluent Italian speakers the frustration for foreign tourists can only be imagined. Personally, I like to peruse a menu for a good 5 minutes to balance options of primi, secondi, vini and also agree possible sharing options with my partner. This practice of confronting visitors with a torrent of choices and expecting an instant, informed and balanced choice may be great for short term profit (as clearly, you have no idea of the price of each dish) but I swear that the next time this happens and the restaurant refuse to provide a written, priced list with time for consideration I will simply walk out. Please can everyone else do the same and hopefully stamp out this ridiculous practice?
4 based on 921 reviews
Lovely understated restaurant in a quiet road. We didn't book but got a table straightaway. The waiter was very good and the chef came to check on us a couple of times. The fish was the freshest and best cooked we've had inn a long time. I had the turbot as a starter and it was very simply cooked and absolutely delicious. My husband had gamberoni and they were amazing. Highly recommended.
Ci siamo stati oggi per il compleanno di mio papÃ . Location molto bella, nuova arredata con gusto, molto pulita. Personale gentile e veloce, preparato per le intolleranze alimentari, io e il mio bimbo mangiamo senza glutine e il piatto Ã¨ arrivato sempre prima a noi (in tutti gli altri locali veniamo serviti sempre per ultimi) cibo buono di qualitÃ e fresco, tempi di attesa brevissimi, anche il vino in abbinamento molto buono. Fuori câÃ¨ un bellissimo parco dove i bimbi si sono divertiti tantissimo. Volendo câÃ¨ la possibilitÃ di pernottamento e colazione. Se siete in zona vi consiglio di fermarvi non resterete delusi
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