In each of these Venetian restaurants, both the food and location are key, as they provide exemplary Italian cuisine with a view over the Grand Canal or in the iconic setting of St Mark’s Square. These are the most expensive restaurants in Venice.
At this fine dining restaurant in San Clemente Palace Kempinski, classic Italian dishes with contemporary flair are on the menu. Here, the executive chef Vincenzo Di Tuoro creates dishes such as Parmesan cheese tortelli with cream of Venetian calf’s liver and onion consommé. With an outdoor terrace by the water’s edge, diners have a view over the lagoon and of St Mark’s Square.