Caparossoi a scota deo
Caparossoi a scota deo. Large, juicy clams cooked in lemon and pepper. The name itself is a testimony of their popularity. “Scota deo” hot fingers refer to the habit of most people burning their fingers reaching for them immediately after they land on the table. An unpretentious favorite of all fish lovers.
For a perfect sample of this one, you should try Osteria Trefanti. Osteria Trefanti is a small tavern that offers fish-based dishes. The cuisine is traditional Venetian; sometimes revisited in a modern key and accompanied by a selection of local wines. The raw material is selected daily by chef Umberto Slongo at the nearby Rialto Market.