A space for flavours and tastes, Vetri Bistrot operates on the first floor of Punta Conterie with a daily distinguishing food and wine offer to be enjoyed in its areas with 30 seats – between two indoor spaces, Sala Camino and Sala Privé – and 50 seats on the outdoor terrace overlooking the three main Murano canals, open from April until October.
Characterized by an informal atmosphere, perfect for a quality light lunch or a quick relaxing break, Vetri Bistrot offers a healthy, light cuisine, built around flavoursome recipes seasoned with a pinch of experimentation.
Vetri Bistrot also has a comprehensive offer for vegan or vegetarian guests or simply for those who prefer a healthy cuisine.
Vetri Bistrot and Vetri Restaurant unfold on the first floor of Punta Conterie, featuring respectively the daytime and evening food&wine offer by the Murano hub through menus built on the scents and flavors of the Venetian lagoon combined with the best local and national raw materials.
The intimacy of the rooms enhanced by dark gray and sand tones on the walls, the architectural elements as the exposed ceiling beams and the “sansovino” with flower decorations, the restored herringbone parquet, the big fireplace and a view over the main canals of Murano and the exhibition areas of InGalleria Art Gallery. This makes Vetri Restaurant / Bistot a unique place of extraordinary charm.
The restaurant has a capacity of 30 places distributed between the two internal areas, the Camino room and the Privé room, and 50 ones on the terrace open from April until October overlooking the three main Murano canals. Vetri Restaurant is the ideal location for private events, tasting dinners and wine tasting.
An elegant and essential mix reflects the style of Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot between local craftsmanship and international design for a unique experience that extends from the food&wine areas to the whole hub.
Among the tables, the Canal Chairs designed by Luca Nichetto for Moooi stand out as the mirrors by Ongaro and Fuga on the walls with a particular silvering technique that gives an antique look to these wonderful Venetian artistic creations.
Local craftsmanship and international design also in the mise en place of Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot.
From the clay dishes by Rina Menardi – characterized by simple lines, thin and sinuous thicknesses purposely inspired by nature, also for their neutral tones – to the transparency of the colored borosilicate glass glasses designed exclusively for InGalleria Shop on which a hot-applied murrina stands out, a tribute to the logo of the Muranese hub.
Mise en place details.
Peaks of unusual taste, seasonality and research are the core food&wine experience of the hub.
In the kitchen of Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot the menu turns into a real geography of taste made of juxtaposed textures, precise balances and international contaminations. A research kitchen where all elements belong to an abacus of taste and the daily offer creates unexpected mix of flavors.
“Diversification and enhancement of the local natural flavours with fresh and unexpected taste. “Marinated sea bass with citrus gel, radish and daikon”, “Red meat tartare with yolk foam and roasted ginger mayonnaise” and even the local “Moeche in saor Vetri style” and “Venetian style cuttlefish with smoked potato mousse” are some of the most representative dishes of Vetri Restaurant and Vetri Bistrot by chef John Mark Nanit”.
Dario Campa, co-founder
Characterized by an elegant yet informal mood, ideal for a light lunch and taste breaks, Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot stands out for the daytime food&wine offer of the Muranese hub.
The menu features healthy and light cuisine, built on harmonious recipes balanced between seasonality and experimentation with vegan and vegetarian dishes.
A journey through the taste and history of glass, Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot is located on the first floor of Punta Conterie where one of its rooms is a private private area overlooking the lagoon.
The private room of Vetri Restaurant / Bistrot is perfect for its privacy and overlooks the Ponte Longo canal in Murano.
“Tradition – especially in Italian food culture – is an heritage which evokes authentic memories. Punta Conterie menu originates from local roots and ingredients to spread across new and curious exotic matches”.
John Mark Nanit, Chef
From the architectural restoration of a historic building, Punta Conterie aims to become an international cultural and taste pin on the map. Among the art of glass, design and high gastronomy.
The Punta Conterie restoration project went beyond by obtaining a panoramic terrace on the first floor overlooking the main Murano canals and the lagoon.
Designed to be a natural extension of the interior food&wine areas, the terrace features 50 seats outlined by small green corners with aromas and the typical colors of the Mediterranean shrubland.
Lagoon glimpse from the terrace.
Overlooking Murano from the terrace.
Punta Conterie’s terrace alternates tables and seats with comfortable lounge areas where you can enjoy an aperitif overlooking the Murano canals. The Treviso-based company Contral signed the outdoor furnishings.