Like a revolver pulled from a petticoat, ultra-modern Negozio Olivetti was an outright provocation when it first appeared under the...
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Osteria da Carla
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Lonely Planet review
Like a jazz chanteuse singing standards, Sangal covers popular favourites with unexpected grace notes. Dinner standouts include handmade bigoli (Venetian wheat pasta) and rosemary-crusted Tuscan chianina steak. Lunch is a less inspired greatest-hits collection of pastas, from Genovese pesto to Rome's bacon-studded ammatriciana . Go for chipper service, excellent wines and a breezy roof terrace right behind Piazza San Marco.