Descending the majestic Piave River, from Tino Gourmet in the lush Unesco Hills down through the valley to Tino Traghetto and then on to Tino Jesolo, in the marvellous Gulf of Venice, nature reigns supreme in Chef Tino Vettorello’s philosophy in which being able to select fresh Kilometre 0 ingredients allows him to create incomparable dishes steeped in the history and traditions of the Veneto in the various restaurants.

«We want to be participants, interpreters, sharers and flywheel of the uniqueness of this territory that founds ancient winemaking traditions, culture of well-being at the table and hospitality».

The Hills
& The Wine

The Prosecco hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2019 and provide a stunning backdrop to the region with its ridges, ciglioni (small vineyards on narrow grassy terraces), forests, villages and farmland that make for a breathtaking landscape for visitors to the area.

A true treasure of the Veneto region where Prosecco Superiore DOCG is lovingly produced in its vineyards. This prosecco is also used in several of our dishes that are unique to the region and an important part of its heritage.

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The Lagoon
& its Fish

The air you breathe where the River Piave meets the sea inspires you to dip your nets into the water in order to catch the ‘fruits of the sea’. Lagoon fish is unique in the world. It is restricted to a particular area where different species abound. The best fish are caught and used in traditional yet refined and innovative recipes perfected by Chef Tino.

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