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Lo­ca­ted in a pa­no­ra­mic po­si­tion, the Ac­que­rel­lo re­stau­rant on the island of San Cle­men­te of­fers a blend of clas­sic Italian cui­si­ne and Ve­ne­tian spe­cial­ties

Lo­ca­ted in a uni­que pa­no­ra­mic po­si­tion, Ac­que­rel­lo wel­co­mes guests wi­th a me­nu hi­ghlighting the ex­cel­len­ce of Italian and Ve­ne­tian tra­di­tion, fo­cu­sing on unu­sual pai­rings. By Giu­lia Mi­ne­ro

Abrea­th­ta­king view over the lagoon, the tran­qui­li­ty of a pri­va­te island – the Island of San Cle­men­te – a 10 mi­nu­te boat ri­de from St. Mark's Squa­re and an ele­gant am­bien­ce.

The­se are ju­st so­me of the ad­van­ta­ges of the Ac­que­rel­lo re­stau­rant.

In­si­de this ve­nue, whi­ch is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by pa­stel co­lours, and cur­tains and mir­rors craf­ted by well-kno­wn lo­cal ar­ti­sans, ar­chi­tec­tu­ral de­tails and di­ver­se de­co­ra­ti­ve ele­men­ts meet in a ce­le­bra­tion of tra­di­tio­nal Ve­ne­tian sty­le rein­ter­pre­ted wi­th con­tem­po­ra­ry tou­ches.

This com­bi­na­tion of lo­cal ele­men­ts and in­no­va­ti­ve fla­vours is al­so no­ti­cea­ble in its me­nu, whi­ch fea­tu­res the clas­sics of tra­di­tio­nal Italian cui­si­ne and Ve­ne­tian spe­cial­ties, hi­ghlighted by lo­cal fla­vours. The­se al­lu­de to La Se­re­nis­si­ma's strong ties wi­th Me­di­ter­ra­nean coun­tries.

Ac­que­rel­lo's gour­met of­fe­rings, crea­ted by Exe­cu­ti­ve Chef Gior­gio Schif­fe­reg­ger, in­clu­de Ve­ne­tian meat and fi­sh spe­cial­ties ma­de from the fre­she­st sea­so­nal in­gre­dien­ts, and main­stays of Italian tra­di­tion li­ke ho­me­ma­de piz­za and pa­sta, in­fu­sed wi­th unu­sual fla­vours.

Guests who want to en­joy brea­th­ta­king sun­set views over Ve­ni­ce's sky­li­ne and the lagoon can sam­ple the re­stau­rant's spe­cial­ties on the pa­no­ra­mic ter­ra­ce, ju­st steps from the me­die­val chur­ch of San Cle­men­te. >> Ac­que­rel­lo c/o San Cle­men­te Pa­la­ce Kem­pin­ski kem­pin­ski.com/ve­ni­ce

Ac­que­rel­lo re­stau­rant

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