HAVE A BITE
There are three islands in Venice that are known for glass craftsmanship and architecture, Murano being the most famous. Inextricably linked with Murano Island, the Shanghai Museum of Glass has a myriad of Venini pieces, as well as a restaurant named after Murano.
A perfect part of a leisurely visit, the Murano Café at the corner of the museum offers freshly grounded coffee and light dishes prepared by professional chefs, including creamy mushroom soup and duck breast with orange peel and red wine. After visiting the museum, stop to sit with a book or magazine and enjoy the serenity of the park.
穆拉诺 MURANO CAFÉ & RESTAURANT
TUE – FRI: 10:00-16:00
SAT & SUN: 10:00-18:30
Located on the first floor of the Kids Museum of Glass, the Ice Cream Café stands out with its iconic black and white backdrop. The café offers a wide range of coffee and other beverages as well as sweet snacks like popcorn, cookies, and ice cream, allowing parents and kids a quick respite after their visit.
活力咖啡屋 KIDS CAFÉ
Opening Hours:10:00-18:00 (Tue-Sat)