Nestled in the streets of the Jewish Ghetto is Panificio Volpe Giovanni, a kosher bakery offering traditional Venetian pastries such as fruit-filled Orecchiette di Amman, Bisce, donut shaped Zuccherini, and Sweet Azime. The bakery shuts its doors on Saturday’s so make sure to head there Monday to Friday to fill your sweet-tooth cravings.
For a kosher dining experience like none other, head to the Ghimel Garden. Ghimel Garden is sure to satisfy a wide array of cravings with its diverse menu, offering traditional chickpea-based falafel, a tomato-heavy stew of Shakshuka, creamy Italian pastas, veggie-rich salads, and herb infused fish. This restaurant is both vegan and gluten-free friendly and its menu is infused with Mediterranean and traditional "Jewish cuisine" influences. Ghimel Gardens organizes private dinners for Shabbat evenings and Saturday afternoons, as well as a catering service for Shabbat meals.
Frary's is a small, welcoming restaurant, frequently visited by both locals and tourists exploring the Chiesa dei Frari. This restaurant is extremely catering to those with allergies and food intolerances, with a varied menu that suites vegans and gluten free customers. You will find both Greek and ethnic Middle Eastern dishes including stuffed grape leaves, falafel, grilled meat, and baklava. The flavors are so rich, for a moment you might even believe that you are eating in the center of Israel or on a Greek island.