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July 28, 2009

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Jozee Pizzurro

You are one brave girl. I don't think I could ever order the Nero di Seppie. I might have a taste from someone else's dish and would close my eyes before putting fork to mouth. Well, at least, you had a nice view of the Grand Canale.

Paula

This is a very interesting dish..... I guess the visual appeal is all in how you look at it. North American's are just not used to eating this kind of food. My 12 year old son was the adventurous one who actually ordered this dish.... it is actually quite tasty, but not nessarily something I would like to eat a whole plate of!

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