Trattoria ai Piloti is a fish restaurant, which is not easy to find in Verona. It is on the corner of the San Zeno square (a charming square with an impressive church 10 minutes walk outside the old city centre). You can sit outside, either in front on the square or in the garden they have behind the restaurant, or in the dining room inside.
The cuisine is quite straight forward with several different types of fish and seafood to choose from. Try their speciality, the fritto misto, that is a selection of different types of deep-fried fish, excellent if you like fried fish (only served for two), or tonno tagliata (tuna served in slices), lightly grilled tuna, polipo that is a whole (!) grilled octopus, half a crab, langoustines and much more. They also have various types of pasta of course, as well as a few token meat dishes.
Fish is generally not cheap in Italy and hear you expect to pay between 18 and 25 euros for a main course.
The wine list is decent, but not exceptional and reasonably priced.
Trattoria ai Piloti, Piazza San Zeno 24, 37123 Verona (San Zeno district), ph. +39 045 597348, http://www.aipiloti.it/
If this looks too scary there are plenty of other things to eat too:
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