Il Paradiso Perduto / Venezia

Cannaregio 2540, Fondamenta de la Misericordia Fondamenta de la Misericordia Venezia 30121
Opening Hours
Sun, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 00:10
Mon, Thu 18:00 - 00:10
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Blogger Reviews @ Il Paradiso Perduto
Paradiso Perduto – Lost heaven in Fondamenta
Paradiso Perduto – Lost heaven in Fondamenta Fondamenta della Misericordia is the place to be. In this walk that runs from Venice Ghetto to Strada Nova, you can find some of the most interesting spots for young people (and not ... continue Venice Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Il Paradiso Perduto
Nathaniel Pelle en
Great vibe and super friendly, welcoming staff. Above average antipasti. The mixed seafood and vegetable plate for two is enough on its own and we are normally big eaters. Forgettable house wine. I reckon it's a great place for a drink and some delicious snacks by the canal, but not your last meal in Venice. GooglePlace - June 2017
Alessandra Trevisiol Amador en
Great food and romantic atmosphere. Not big restaurant very good typical venetian style food. Loved the typical venetian style place and the food was awesome and price is right GooglePlace - June 2017
Constantin Boiangiu en
Staff was very helpful, we asked to eat outside although they didn't serve meals at the outside tables and they served us. The food was great (if you like fish) and the atmosphere very pleasant, with friendly staff that like to crack a joke while taking your order or bringing you food and drinks. All in all, we loved this place. GooglePlace - May 2017
Enrico Buttignoni en
The best culinary experience in old town Venice. Quality, freshness and dedication transform every dish in a lasting experience. Informal setting (with people eating well out as well!) and live music performances make Paradiso Perduto a corner of heaven away from home GooglePlace - May 2017
Minh Nguyen en
Located in a less touristy area of Venice. Very fresh seafood. The "vegetable and fish" appetizer for two could actually serve four people, leaving room to try other dishes. The seafood soup was quite salty. I didn't care for it. Place is not so crowded if you avoid peak hours. We came for lunch at noon and no one was in the restaurant, the outside tables were taken but we didn't care to eat outside anyway. Service was only ok. The waitress seemed so surly even though the restaurant was near empty. I can't believe I'm saying this but I'm beginning to appreciate American servers working for their tips. They have an incentive to serve well. GooglePlace - April 2017