Italian cuisine is of course very prevalent in Venice, which means the pizza and the pasta are the centrepieces of the cuisine. That being said, it is noteworthy that Venice often “localises” these foods by adding fish in them. Apart from the typical Italian cuisine, Venice has two iconic food items of its own. The first is the “Fritole”, a baked food and the second is called the “Baicoli”, which is a hard biscuit invented for Venetian sailors to eat during long voyages. Canne Regio is the street with the best and most restaurants, and Harberia is a famous fish market.
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