We were looking to get into a cicchetti bar near our hotel in Cannaregio but the most popular ones were jam packed such as Paradiso Preduto, so we settled for Diana. They had a fairly typical venetian menu. The restaurant was full of tourists but they seemed happy with their choice. We split an antipasto of fresh tiny shrimp dressed in oil and lemon. A very large portion of very tasty shrimp. Next was spaghetti scogliera , thin pasta with clams, mussels and shrimp in a light red tomato sauce, very good. Calamari fritti and a contorno of fresh spinach completed the meal. The house wine was acceptable as was the bill of 51 euro with no coperto or service charge.
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