♦S. Sustasa, Miami says:
“Do not miss Shabbat at Gam – Gam !!!” Reviewed April 17, 2012 The experience that we shared at Gam – Gam was a lovely, welcoming Shabbat ! If you are Jewish and in Venice for the Shabbos, seek them out! It is a once in a lifetime experience! We also ate other meals at Gam – Gam and the food, value and service are all impeccable! If you are back-packing through Europe or even an older couple, like my Husband and Myself, you will find Gam – Gam is the Jewel of the Ghetto! Simply wonderful! Visited April 2012
♦Zahava Hoffman, NJ, Talia Lautman, OH, Sara Schild, NJ
and Aliza Pollak, NY say:
“This was the most special Shabbos we have ever had. Everyone at GAM GAM was so welcoming and the food was delicious.”
♦Luv2experience, Toronto, Canada
“A peaceful yet intensely interesting part of Venice”
Reviewed 20 September 2011, Trip Advisor
“My wife and I were in Venice from August 31 to September 3 and thoroughly enjoyed the city.
We saw many attractions from Piazza San Marco to the Rialto Market and found some excellent shopping in San Marco area. However most of our time was spent in Cannaregio. The entire area is far from touristy but is home to the Jewish Ghetto. The artwork that adorns the piazza is very moving. We had the pleasure of dining at a little Jewish restaurant called Gam Gam where we enjoyed an amazing, flavourful vegetarian anti-pasti and a mouth watering dish of fried artichoke hearts which was accompanied by a couple of long, cold beers. The restaurant is part of the rejuvenation campaign in the Jewish Ghetto.”
Visited September 2011
(Client feedback for a recent 3-day business catering in Northern Italy):
My dear Shachar,
I hope you are well. I want to thank you for the AMAZING service and food, it’s been wonderful, thank you once again. I hope we will be working again in the future.
Experience Plus! Tour Leader, Sara V. shares her secrets on how to get the most out of 36 hours in Venice. Right along with visiting S. Marco, the Tower, Rialto & the Rialto Market, Murano & Burano, check out Sara’s choice for the one lunch in Venice:
“Continue your walk through the neighborhood of Cannaregio from Ponte delle Guglie. Head under the Sottoportego del Ghetto Vecchio (see if you can find the marks on the wall caused by the rings that were a part of the gates that were closed after dark when the Jewish population was required to stay inside the Ghetto). Depending on your timing, if it’s lunch time you could try the only restaurant serving kosher food in Venice called GAM GAM.”