Privacy & Cookie Policy


This Policy describes the way Bistrot Srl processes the data of users who visit its site and how cookies are installed by the site itself.
This is made in compliance with Article 13 of the GDPR 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation, the European Regulation on the protection of personal data) and the General Provision of the Privacy Guarantor on cookies of 8 May 2014, n. 229.
The following information are applied exclusively to the site; The Data Controller is not responsible for the data entered and cookies installed by other sites that may be consulted via links.

Purpose of the processing and mandatory conferment

Bistrot Srl processes the data that the user spontaneously inserts through the forms on the site (Contacts, subscription to the newsletter, online booking, request for information, sales service, administrative and accounting purposes etc.) only to respond to your requests.
Any purpose other than the above, will be subject to an explicit request and a specific, optional and separate consent from the one required to respond to your requests. The communication of data and consent to treatment are necessary to follow up your requests. For the data acquired from our site through the installation of cookies, refer to the specific section (“Cookies of our site”).

Processing methods, automated decision-making processes and data retention times.

The processing of your data takes place in computer and paper form. No automated decision-making processes are used to process your personal data. The personal data concerning you, collected through the form of our site, will be kept for the time necessary to respond to your requests. Where there is additional legislation to impose longer retention time, this legislation will be respected by us. The data collected through cookies will be kept for the period of time established by the individual cookie.

Subscribe to the newsletter

When you sign up for our newsletter, please be aware that your e-mail address will be used for the purpose of sending you a preview of the news, our events, curiosities and suggestions.
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the button at the bottom of the newsletter.

Communication, dissemination and transfer of data to third countries or international organizations

Your data will not be disclosed or disseminated, without its specific and optional consent, to third parties indeterminate with respect to Bistrot Srl, but may be disclosed to specific categories of recipients, such as Business Studies and Taxes in the fulfillment of administrative practices or company provision of services selected by us, to provide the requested service only.
Your data will not be transferred by us to third countries or international organizations outside the EU.

Rights of the interested party and complaint to the Privacy Guarantor

It is your right to request access to your data at any time, update, update or delete it, limitation or objection to its processing, when there are legitimate reasons, as well as the portability of the data to other data controller. You will receive a reply within 30 days. You can revoke, at any time, the consent provided by writing to It is also possible to lodge a complaint with the National Supervisory Authority, should you believe that your data have been treated illegitimately. Information on the Data Controller. The Data Controller is Bistrot Srl, with registered office in San Marco 4690 / a, 30124 Venezia (VE). To exercise the rights required by law and better specified above, you can contact the owner at his office or by calling 041 5236651 or by writing to



Navigation data

This website implicitly acquires, using the internet communication protocols during its normal operation, some personal data of users who access the site itself (such as the IP address, the domain names of the computers from which the user accesses, the MAC addresses, assigned by the manufacturers of network cards, wireless etc).

This information is not collected to identify users, but could be through associations and processing also crossed with third party data; from these data we obtain statistical information on the use of the site and its operation and further information in case of ascertaining responsibility in relation to computer crimes.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text strings that the sites visited by the user install on his terminal; these strings are subsequently retransmitted to the site that installed them in case of subsequent visit by the user. Where the user receives, while browsing the site, even cookies sent from different sites or webserver, we talk about third-party cookies. Cookies are installed for various purposes, including the possibility of making computer authentication, monitoring of browsing sessions, choosing the language.

First-party cookies and third-party cookies

Cookies that are installed directly by Bistrot Srl are called “Cookie first part”, while cookies that are installed and acquired from a different site than the one on which the user is browsing are called “third-party cookies”. Among the third-party cookies are the social buttons (or social plugin), which allow the site to interact with the most popular social media, such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter etc or Google Analytics cookies, etc.
As far as third-party cookies are concerned, it is the responsibility of the third parties to whom the cookie relates provide information and information about the management of the collected data.

Types of cookies

Technical cookies
They are normally installed directly by the site operator and are cookies that allow communication between site and user. They can be navigation or session, to ensure normal navigation and use of the site and usually have a duration equal to that of browsing the site, or functionality cookies, which allow a better use of the site, such as those related to the choice of language of the site, the placing in the shopping cart of the chosen purchases etc. Since these cookies are necessary for the operation of the site it is not necessary, for their installation on the user’s terminal, its prior consent.

Analytical cookies
They are cookies that allow gathering information about users, for example the number of users who visit the site and how to visit the site, in a more or less aggregated form. One of the most famous tools for obtaining such statistical reports is Google Analytics, a service provided by Google Inc. Analytical cookies are similar to technical cookies where the information collected is aggregated and it is not possible to identify the individual user’s habits; with specific regard to the cookies of Google Analytics will be necessary to anonymize, at least partially, the IP address of the user who visits the site and delete data shares with Google. Where such anonymisation and lack of sharing were not possible, these cookies will fall within the profiling ones.

Profiling cookies
They are used to track a user’s preference and offer advertising messages based on their preferences. These cookies are particularly invasive and it is necessary, before installing them on the user’s terminal, to obtain their consent.
Settings to avoid cookies

From our site and in accordance with the current legal regulations, we provide you with information that allows you to configure your browser to maintain your privacy and security in relation to cookies. Therefore we provide you with information and links to official support sites of the main browsers so that you can decide whether or not to accept cookies.

You can block cookies through the tools and settings of the browser or configure it to alert you when a server wants to save a cookie.
Below are the links to the most popular Internet browsers:

– Internet Explorer:

– Google Chrome:

– Mozilla Firefox:

– Opera:

– Safari:


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