I stop by previously for a coffee and saw locals tucking into lunch so I returned the next day. I ordered from the daily menu, pasta with asparagus and saffron sauce topped with pancetta plus more bread rolls than you could possible eat. Piping hot and all eaten eagerly except the bread of course as there was too much. Add a glass of wine and bottle of sparkling water and you have a 12€ bill. This is the price of a small dish in the tourist areas. You should visit, not least as you can tie it in with a look around the Municipal market at Wagner Piazza. Buy lemons and pasta.
I've been here a few times, for tea (they have a nice selection, properly served), cappuccino (ok) and for a couple of "aperitivi". Can provide alcoholic and non alcoholic optipns. Once a really nice Weissbier (for euro 5, no happy our: it is not cheap but a fair price for this quality beer and the area) and once for a cocktail, a "Negroni sbagliato" (pretty good). Have a nice food selection but haven't tried so cannot give any feedback based on direct experience. In Marghera area, central and pretty fashionable since some time, has a good outside seating area. Service is nice and fast.It is quite a trendy place which is something i don't really look for but all in all it is ok. Almost 4 stars but...not yet, in my opinion