La tradizione culturale e gastronomica italiana, e in particolar modo quella veneziana, è nelle tue mani: prenota il tuo tavolo con Quandoo per poter vivere di sapori, colori, profumi ed emozioni de l’Osteria Oliva Nera. Prenota subito con Quandoo: buon appetito!
In una cornice storica con espressioni artistiche e culturali di così alto livello, riconosciuta a livello mondiale come la città più romantica, luogo dove l’amalgamarsi dello scintillio dell’acqua e delle luci e dei colori della città crea magie uniche. E’ Venezia, tra Piazza San Marco e Ponte dei Greci, il palco scenografico sulla quale sorge un ristorante dall’allure accogliente e piacevole. L’Osteria Oliva Nera è il luogo dove scoprire le tradizioni rivisitate, dove assaporare pietanze che sorprendono per il rigore nella qualità e nella stagionalità. Concediti una pausa di gusto: prenota subito il tuo tavolo con Quandoo!
Restaurante muy agradable y acogedor. La comida muy rica y la atención perfecta. Pedimos un plato fuera de carta para una niña pequeña y no hubo problemas.Para repetir en la próxima visita a Venecia.
Perfect! Wonderful dinner, wine and service! Highly recommend! This dinner was the best we had in not only Venice, but in all of Italy. Incredible
We DEFINITELY recommend this restaurant! Our server was very nice and the food was fabulous! Our favorite in Venice! My husband is a meat eater and my daughter and I eat a mainly vegetarian diet and all were impressed. Their wine recommendation was excellent too! The atmosphere is quaint and it's just off the touristy areas which was just what we were looking for. If we were staying longer, we would absolutely have had dinner there again.
Had wonderful tuna and a great bottle of local white. Followed by a huge and fabulous tiramisu. Atmosphere perfect, we sat inside as it was a chilly day but that was great
The host was excellent and efficient in view of how busy the restaurant was. I told her I visited her restaurant with my daughter Olivia 10 years ago, and commented how much we loved their own label Oliver oil she gave us then. The food was fantastic, particularly the starter of Baked Zucchini flowers was so delicious same high standard as 10 years ago. The sea bass was delicious and the service was very good. Will definitely visit the restaurant again on our next visit to Venice.
Arrived in Italy for the first time and We arrived half an hour early at the restaurant - absolutely no problem. The black fettuccini could quite easily be the one of the best dishes I have ever tasted!! The desert wine was beautiful, and a minature of olive oil as a present to take home - what a joy! Only orobkem is that this restaurant is 1 minute away from our apartment - we may not go to another during our stay!
Osteria Oliva Nera has delicious food and friendly service. I would recommend this to anyone local and visiting Venice. Let them make recommendations for you, but the zucchini flowers and raw seafood plate appetizers were amazing.
This was one of the nicest evenings spent in Venice. The staff are friendly and genuinely go out of their way to ensure you enjoy your experience. They are knowledgeable about the menu. The food itself is superb! We really loved how the dessert menu is presented and were touched to receive a small gift at the end of the evening. Would definitely recommend to others visiting Venice.
This is one of the best restaurants we have ever been to. The food is superb, the service cheerful and very helpful , the owner a very knowledgable lady who works very hard to please. Since our first visit in 2011 she has expanded the business but the food and service accorded to everybody is still personal and pleasing
Our table was in the extension in the next building. There is no atmosphere whatsoever. One other couple was in there. Fortunately, we all spoke English, otherwise we might have left - the ambiance is as important as the food. The standard of cuisine was OK in places; good in others. Standouts were the lasagne, tiramisu with tuna just behind. Sea bass was average (slightly over cooked). Bigoli in salsa was way too salty for my taste - maybe Venetians like a lot of salt