Classic Venetian cooking and an oasis of calm near the Rialto.
About Helen WrightHelen is the editor of restaurantsOMH and lives in Norfolk and London. She travels frequently (though not often enough) to Venice and Rome and in daily life is a Communications Consultant to the pharmaceutical industry. In recent years she has developed a passion for lampworking - making glass beads in a flame - and is looking forward to having more time for this when the day job stops getting in the way.
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- Acquastanca 14 April 2013
- Brasserie Zédel 3 April 2013
- Locanda Cipriani 1 April 2013
- The Spaniards Inn 15 March 2013