Chi è stato spesso a Venezia lo può confermare: trovare un ristorante che faccia bene il proprio lavoro non è così facile. Ma ogni tanto l’ago nel pagliaio lo si trova, se si hanno i mezzi adatti: la Trattoria al Gazzettino, per esempio, non è affatto difficile da trovare ma questo non vuol dire che la calle su cui si affaccia, Sottoportego delle Acque, nel Sestiere San Marco, sia invasa dai turisti ad ogni ora del giorno. Godetevi la cucina veneziana di questa storica osteria a pochi passi dal ponte di Rialto e preparatevi ad un’esperienza gastronomica autentica e rilassata.
Sul Sottoportego delle Acque, nel sestiere di San Marco, si trova uno dei migliori ristoranti veneziani, la Trattoria al Gazzettino. La fama della Trattoria al Gazzettino è ben meritata, dato che sono oltre sessant’anni che questo locale delizia il palato dei veneziani e dei tanti turisti che provano la sua cucina classica e inimitabile. Era il 1952 quando Maria e Giuseppe Ongaro rilevarono l’osteria, rendendola in poco tempo un ritrovo per gondolieri, facchini e per i tanti dipendenti del quotidiano Il Gazzettino, la cui sede si trova tutt’ora a pochi passi e che ha finito per battezzare anche la Trattoria al Gazzettino.
Passata la gestione ai fratelli Lazzari, la Trattoria non ha smesso di rappresentare un punto di riferimento per tutti coloro che cercano piatti della cucina veneziana, preparati con estrema fedeltà alle ricette di una volta. Nel menu troverete piatti di pesce e di carne, ma anche numerose opzioni per chi è intollerante al glutine: prenotate il vostro tavolo e godetevi la cucina di uno dei nomi di punta della ristorazione veneziana!
The best home style food we’ve had in Venice, and the most friendly people as well. Will definitely visit again and wish the restaurant much success! Grazie!
was the best great food and great service. would go again when I'm back there
this is a very nice and cozy place. Our family is big, children dont want to eat when we are traveling. but everyone wants to return here. It was very tasty, prepared quickly. recommend to visit. And lovely compliments at the end in the form of a cookie and chocolate cake - an excellent end. Yes, and it's better to book a table :)
Fantastic little place - full of character and as hectic and lively as so many of these tiny Venetian restaurants. Our various spaghetti dishes (carbonara, truffle and clam) were all fresh and delicious and the Rose was superb. If you haven't booked, as we hadn't on our first visit, be prepared to 'queue' (to us Brits) outside or crowd around the entrance to the Italians, in the tiniest of streets! That said, they hand out wine and pasta while you wait, which is a lovely touch, and they forget nobody who is waiting outside. They simply do not want you to leave and will cram you in even after 9:30 in the evening. Don't be surprised if you are shepherded through the main restaurant and straight back outside to another side street that leads to their overflow restaurant - this one feels just like you are sitting in Mamma's kitchen, complete with a small serving area and wooden tables & chairs overlooking a canal. Here, the waiters and waitresses receive the food from next door! We ate in both areas and both were Irresistibly charming and authentic - a real treat.
We had an early supper at Trattoria al Gazzettino..just after the restaurant opened at 6:00 PM. We visited because my wife is Celiac and had discovered they offer many gluten free options. The pasta was lovely and their house wine was perfect after "opening up" a few minutes. The gluten free pasta bolognese that my wife had was served al dente and delicious. The service was warm and friendly...not always found in Venice, with the right amount of attention. We were treated to some unexpected extras by the chef and the host which was an extraordinary touch. My wife had a grilled squid appetizer which was also yummy. As we did not have a secondi course we cannot comment but other diners seemed very happy with their plates! We would absolutely recommend this restaurant and would revisit if our travels take us back to Venice.
Molto bene. This restaurant was recommended by a friend who was in Venice for 3 nights. They enjoyed it so much, they ate here 2 of those nights. So, we had to try it out and glad we did. Food was excellent. And service was the best I have had in all of Italy. They accommodated our party of 7, even after being late for our reservation. Everyone was extremely friendly and attentive. They offered lots of little extras such as pre & post dinner drinks, a slice of lemon pie, and more. They even gave us a bag of pasta as a take away. The restaurant is obviously quite popular so I would recommend a reservation.
We were treated with very warm and attentive service. We are a family of 4, with two teenage children. We really enjoyed our meals, and our teens say that it was their favorite restaurant in Venice. They had a pasta, their favorite food! One of us has a gluten sensitivity(adult), and so had the gluten-free pasta, which was very good. One of the adults had the curry, and a seafood soup, and was very pleased with both. I wish we would have come to this restaurant sooner, so we could return during this trip. We will likely return, as we will be back to visit Venice regularly(family live in area). We recommend this place!
Presso la trattoria al Gazzettino di Venezia sono stata con mio marito esattamente la sera del 1° novembre 2016. Il cibo è stato sublime e la cordialità del proprietario e di tutto lo staff è stata indimenticabile. Ad un tratto le luci si sono spente e la musica per festeggiare il mio compleanno è iniziata. Davvero una splendida serata a base di baccalà e fegato alla veneziana, e per finire dei dolci da leccarsi i baffi. Ci torneremo sicuramente perchè davvero merita. Grazie ancora per l'ospitalità e complimenti. Matilde e Marco
Food was Great , the Owner is one hell of a character and constantly offering small morsels from the kitchen that they are cooking at the time. One small criticism is the speed of service is lightening fast, from arriving to leaving with 3 plates each under 1 hour. It's not the sort of place to tuck your feet under the table and enjoy a 2nd bottle of vino . Probably one of the problems in Venice , the restaurants are small and rely on several covers per night per table. Despite that , the food could not be faulted , seriously top drawer home Italian cooking.
Everything was wonderful that we ordered from Pasta pesto, & anatra to the huge grilled fish... then Tiramisu. This staff bends over backwards trying to help. There is even complementary pasta to take come and after dinner drinks. The only issue is how fast they serve the food and then the next reservation is ready to take over your table as soon as you finish eating and pay the bill. We were in and out in less than an hour.