Wistèria is a genus of a flowering plant from Asia and was introduced in Europe in nineteen centuries.
Wistèria is also a Michelin starred restaurant in Venice where the chef Vallerio Dallamano is demonstrating his skills since January 2022.
We came to Wistèria to celebrate a birthday with friends from Torino on May 28, 2022.
We were nicely welcome by Max, one of the owners of Wistèria and seated at a round table in a corner surrounded by beautiful bottles of wines and Champagnes.
Our host, Daniele De Marinis tried to speak to us in French even though our friends speak fluently Italian and asked us how many dishes we wish to have with their Serendipity menu. We could choose five or eight courses for our dinner.
We did choose five dishes and as usual, there were a series of amuse-bouche which were originals and good. Chef Vallerio loves to combine sweet and sour in all his dishes. We could see that his cooking is influenced Asian flavors and techniques. Wisteria offers dishes “that are inspired by Venetian tradition and do not hesitate to use a few exotic ingredients like coriander or ginger to enhance the dishes. One dish stands out which was not in the menu, but it was served as complementary offer to our table was the spaghetti with natural tomato sauce. It was fabulous in its simplicity and extraordinary and its taste.
The wine list as expected was superb with a great choice by glass. Our sommelier advised us Pierre Trichet’s Champagne; Blanc de Noir Grand Cru called « La Puissance » which was perfect for our dinner.
The service was professional, friendly, warm, and multilingual as a one-star Michelin restaurant should be.
Wistèria is a nice place in Venice to celebrate in style an event or a reunion with friends.
San Polo 2908
30125 Venezia VE, Italy
Telephone : +39 041 524 3373
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