Naturally Venice is famous for the bridges, the palaces, the lagoon, the art, but let’s not forget the food! Venetian cuisine is ancient and linked to the city’s history, but its street food variant is perhaps the most popular among locals. Besides the famous “cicchetti”, to immerse yourself in the gastronomic life of a local you must try a “tramezzino”.
Venetian tramezzino are small cold sandwiches, of a triangular shape, with two slices of white bread and filled with mostly different ingredients. They are relatively inexpensive (about € 1.50 to € 1.80 each), so they are perfect when you want to eat a snack or you have a little time before lunch or in the afternoon before dinner. In Venice you can find them of all kinds, with ham, fish, vegetables, although the most typical are the tuna and egg and tuna and onions.
Where to eat the best tramezzini in Venezia? Bar ai nomboli is the answer!
The Bar ai nomboli is the best place in town to eat fresh, tasty and creative tramezzini. Depending on the ingredients of the season you can order a different tramezzino, so look at the glass case of the bar, check the ingredients and do not be afraid to try unexpected combinations! At Bar ai nomboli the variety of tramezzini is so vast that it can be difficult to choose, so let yourself be guided by your instinct, they are all made with love.