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  • The New York Times — “I had been sent there with this message: you will eat fritto misto all over Venice, but you won’t eat it better than you will there. This turned out to be the truth.

    The fritto misto comprised tiny whole cuttlefish; whole baby sardines; a triglia (red mullet, known as rouget in much of the world); several sizes of shrimp, some whole, some not; nicely fried zucchini; and fried polenta. All the frying was expert, and in olive oil. That the rest of the food didn’t measure up was more a comment on the high quality of the fritto misto than on the deficiencies of everything else.

    If all this doesn’t appeal to you, you either don’t like fish, vegetables, pasta and polenta, or combinations of the above, or you don’t like fried food (which can, with effort, be avoided, though why you’d want to I can hardly imagine). If it does appeal to you, go — there’s a pretty good city to look at while you’re walking to the restaurants.”

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