Venice – Murano: A Workman’s Cafe – Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei. A short walk from the vaporetto stop Museo in the Campo San Bernardo is a typical “workman’s cafe”, Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei.
Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei - Campo San Bernardo 6 - Murano - Venezia - Tel. +39 041-739528.
Murano - Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei. Murano is the island north of Venice famous, for it’s hand blown glass and it is at the Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei where the workmen and the glass blowers, from the nearby glass furnaces eat. A door in the middle vaguely divides the restaurant, for the locals in the front and for visitors, in an airy charmless room, in the back. Though there is little choice on the menu, the meals are abundant and quite affordable for Venice. The decor is simple, and on the tables rough butcher’s paper serve as mats. The service is fast and efficient and the food is casalingo, home cooked and fresh.
The White Beans and Onions are absolutely delicious.
Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei. Spahetti with Clams are among the fish dishes on the menu, as are the hot and cold fish appetizers, Fritto Misto, Sarde in Saor, Baccala Mantecato and Seafood Risotto.
Osteria La Perla Ai Bisatei. The S Biscotti are the only “dessert” on the menu. Though they originated on the nearby island of Burano, the S cookies are considered typical Venetian. They are best enjoyed tipped into a Vin Santo or a local white wine.
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