Museo d’Arte Orientale
The Museo d’Arte Orientale, in an 18th-century town house, contains an eclectic collection of Chinese porcelain and Japanese prints,...
Statue of Italo Svevo
For a dip, head for the modern Aquamarina , near the Lanterna. Activities and treatments include aquaerobics classes, a gym, saunas and...
This lovely cafe and chocolate shop makes everything in-house, including the hot chocolate slowly simmering in a great pot behind the...
This bright, buzzing reinvention of the Triestine buffet features fish and seafood. Order at the bar from a menu of small dishes: white...
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Lonely Planet review
This old-timer, with its dark, brooding dining room, could be stuffy, but it's far from it, with young, engaging staff and bold flavours on the plate. The seafood degustazione – fritto misto (fried seafood) and something involving squid ink will invariably play a part – is daunting but delicious. The 'seasonal creative' menu is just that, or you can try ordering like the suited regulars: the freshest of fish by the etto (100g), weighed and filleted at the table.