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Giacomo & Elena
Giacomo & Elena
October 23, 2018
Must try Panino al prosecco
June 9, 2016
It is right next to the open air daily fish market...there aren't that many places where you know you are getting freshness. The decor is either designed to perfection to mimic an authentic trattoria, or it simply is an authentic trattoria! The service is natural - kind and helpful at all times. The…
May 3, 2016
An old wine bar in the heart of Treviso surrounded by beautiful canals. You will be served by friendly staff and enjoy your bottle of wine with reasonable prices and good, local company :D
January 2, 2016
Local Osteria in the center of Treviso in front of the amazing fishmarket surroundend by the river
August 12, 2015
Old school, great location

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23 Via Pescheria
Treviso, TV 31100
Phone0422 583390
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 2:00 PM