Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta to Go

Calle Casseleria, 5324, 30122 Venezia VE, Italy, Venice

Freshly Made Pasta and natural Sauces. Our Pasta is made to order and our sauces are simpe.
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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Mon

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Tue

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Wed

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Thu

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Fri

    12:00 - 20:30

  • Sat

    12:00 - 20:30

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  • Ruben van den Boom

    - 09 September 2018 -

    It was fine ONLY FRESH pasta. For a quick bite: Just fine. Lots of sauce. No mistaking where I've been: definitely Dal Moro's. The Google deception is real...

  • Reveca Gherman

    - 25 August 2018 -

    This was the best place to eat fresh pasta. Simple. Quick. Easy. The food tasted delicious and you don't have to tip or get charged for service. Don't look anywhere else - EAT HERE! The only thing is to make sure you aren't sitting down and eating on a bridge or bench that is not for public. The locals say "walk and eat" since the place is a carry out spot with no seating. I highly recommend this place for some amazing fresh pasta in the heart of the narrow streets of Venice!

  • Brandon Zoras

    - 13 August 2018 -

    Good pasta and sauce, super cheap and quick! Not much place to eat inside when there is a line and a lot of signs outside of where you can’t eat but it was easy to find as you can just look for the trail of people holding pasta boxes. We had the pesto and squid ink and both were very good. Fresh sauce and fresh pasta. Great quick lunch spot.

  • Tracey L

    - 20 July 2018 -

    Tourist trap. AVOID! Don't ruin your holiday with this. You could make better at home. Apologies to the owner and great customer service.. Although could not finish a box. More budget sauce than pasta.

  • Praveen Raj

    - 29 May 2018 -

    The food is fresh, tasty, and they have variety pasta and sauces were fresh and pretty extraordinary .It is not your usual pasta with meat and red sauce. There are so many options. The pasta is made fresh daily and you can really tell the difference from pasta that has been setting on a steam table keeping warm. The prices are better that any pasta place is not too small or nor too large. the pasta is fresh. What I love is they cover the pasta with too much sauce . The prices, too, were somewhat inflated for what we received.

  • Technical Guide

    - 28 May 2018 -

    Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta is a best spot where they produce and cook ONLY fresh pasta which are very delicious food to enjoy at any moment of time. And above all the working staff are very friendly which makes it very social spot. Overall I love this place.The first time I visited, I was blown away at how good the pasta was, and it was only 5 euros for a little takeaway container.Even as a vegan, I had so many options for pastas and sauces that I was barely able to try all of them after five days of constant pasta eating. Price is great and it was nice to have an alternative option of take out aside from pizza or a sandwich. We would probably go back.This place is so good, I might differed is someone if they went to Venice and didn't eat here. I kind of want to go back to Venice just to eat this pasta.

  • Aashish Hamal

    - 28 May 2018 -

    We are so glad we went to Venice. Not only is the place an awesome but the wonderful food that we had been being amazing. This restaurant was nice. The pasta we had there was freshly cooked and delicious, the prices for food were reasonable. You can even afford a beer or two. The staffs were lovely and very helpful. I recommend this place for everyone

  • Hemalathadevi gudala

    - 28 May 2018 -

    I love this place. I liked the food and staff very much. I think this is the first and original pasta house in the world. Found it very nice. He prepared 4 fresh take-away pastries in a few minutes and they were amazing. Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta is a best spot where they produce and cook ONLY fresh pasta which are very delicious food to enjoy at any moment of time.

  • Tiffany Lee

    - 14 March 2018 -

    Whether you speak Italian, Spanish, English, Japanese or another language. These guys understand you. They are incredibly friendly. The best investment. Easy To go meal and plenty of options if you’re vegetarian. They’re so amazing and good. Wish we had one in the states. You can watch them make it right in front of you. Super fresh and one of the best experiences in Venice. Can’t wait to come again!!

  • Chelsie GawneMark

    - 09 March 2018 -

    Cheapest and best food in a city of overpriced and unimpressive meal choices. For a city that has an amazing wine selection, it's surprising to me that the food would be so awful. A myriad of restaurants with people trying to get you inside with menus with pictures of food on it is not charming. However we found this little gem and started going every night. Don't be fooled by the white takeout boxes that looks like it should be Chinese, the pasta in side is where it's at. We frequently took our noodles to go back to our hotel stopping to pick up a bottle of wine and it ended up to be just perfect.

  • Daniel Bauer

    - 05 June 2018 -

    Only way to eat fast and cheap pasta in Venice 😅

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