To be perfectly honest, I wasn't expecting much when I stumbled upon this traditional Italian cafe. I took one look at its cheesy decor (the interior has been designed to resemble the streets of Venice, I presume), and concluded that the food would be heavy and bland -- no better than anything I could get at the Olive Garden or a similar change.
I must admit, however, the Venezia pleasantly surprised me. The salmon dish I ordered was rich and sophisticated, and all the details (right down to the exquisite after-dinner coffee) were thoughtfuly attended to. The service was superb, and I left with full belly and a very large smile on my face.