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Italian Restaurant and Pizza Place$$$$
Strathcona, Vancouver
  • Pamela
    "Try the crispy ceci, something different and very tasty!"(3 Tips)
    Tyler Y.
    "The tagliatelle is to die for!"(7 Tips)
    "They changed it to Tagliatelle now, but still with the pork ragu."(3 Tips)
    "Tagliarini Ragu is amazing."(3 Tips)
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  • 林 Ceci
    林 CeciFebruary 15, 2015
    Crispy Ceci 🙊
  • Chefs Feed
    Chefs FeedAugust 22, 2014
    Lee Cooper, chef of L'Abattoir, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Tagliatelle. Read more
  • Tyler Y.
    Tyler YangAugust 11, 2014
    Excellent pasta! The tagliatelle is to die for! The gnudi is okay, with a good olive tapenade on top. Pretty decent wine selection!
  • Marley Z.
    Marley ZarconeJuly 28, 2014
    If you're at dinner with four or more people, try the family style! Completely worth it.
  • Eater
    EaterOctober 7, 2013
    Rustic Italian comfort food so damn comforting elastic-waisted apparel is recommended. Must-try item: the pork ragu tagliatelle. More heart-warming than a Frank Capra marathon. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Cassandra C.
    Cassandra CarterJuly 9, 2013
    Had lunch here and our server wasn't very good. She came by once to see how our appetizers were but never came back. Took about an hour for our mains. Discount was nice, but won't be returning
  • Kate M.
    Kate MichettiSeptember 23, 2012
    Chickpeas were amazing. Tagliatelle was very dry, disappointing after reading so many good reviews. Pizza had a good crust but arugula was actually mixed greens. Gnocchi was way too soft - mushy even.
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy CSeptember 18, 2012
    The tagliatelle with pork ragu is stupendous. If you like well-executed, simple Italian fare, check this joint out.
  • Milun T.
    Milun TesovicSeptember 7, 2012
    nettle & spot prawn ravioli
  • meru
    meruMay 31, 2012
    The salsiccia pizza is great!!!
  • Wendy T.
    Wendy TrillingMay 17, 2012
    Sooo good - the chickpeas, freshest pizza and pasta, and so reasonable! We always get the family style menu - there are so many good things to try, it's the way to go!
  • Pamela
    PamelaMarch 12, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the crispy ceci, something different and very tasty!
  • Jenn L.
    Jenn LoFebruary 12, 2012
    The Tagliatelle is a double win! no joke here... simply AMAAZING
  • Michael L.
    Michael LuuFebruary 6, 2012
    order the ceci. its spectacular!
  • Francis D.
    Francis DjabriJanuary 2, 2012
    Try the grappas - if your only experience of grappa is akin to lighter fuel, you'll be amazed at the subtleties of flavours
  • Thanasi
    ThanasiOctober 16, 2011
    One of the best pizza in town!
  • Wendy
    WendySeptember 14, 2011
    The "crispy ceci" - the chickpeas, are legendary. You never realized that you liked chickpeas so much! The pizza are also excellent - my pick is the Salsiccia with the fennel sausage.
  • @gracecheung604
    @gracecheung604June 13, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Freshest homemade pastas this part of town. Tagliarini Ragu is amazing. Pizzas are good too. Read more
  • Bee P.
    Bee PMay 22, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Have to have a negroni. The perfect apertif.
  • Miranda S.
    Miranda SamMarch 28, 2011
    The pizza is the best, even better than specialty pizza places!
  • Conrad C.
    Conrad C-HJanuary 28, 2011
    Sit in the back for a more intimate experience
  • The Province
    The ProvinceJanuary 18, 2011
    Simplicity takes skill: For starters try the grilled octopus and albacore tuna crudo w/ panzanella tomato salad. For a main, the Sloping Hill pork roast will have you tasting the essence of Italy. Read more
  • The Province
    The ProvinceDecember 29, 2010
    For lunch try the one of Chef Alvin Pillay's delicious piadine porchetta with a Frangelico and chocolate tart. For dinner try a hard-to-find Menabrea beer, flank steak with salsa verde or tagliarini. Read more
  • Kumiko I.
    Kumiko IdeDecember 1, 2010
    For large parties over over six, I'd recommend booking a big table in the back area. It's cozier and gets great light during the day.
  • @gracecheung604
    @gracecheung604September 20, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    They changed it to Tagliatelle now, but still with the pork ragu. Get the large portion and save some for lunch the next day.
  • R R.
    R RJuly 12, 2010
    I would almost pass on the appetizers. Sorry.Their stand out was their Pizza.
  • @gracecheung604
    @gracecheung604July 2, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Tagliarini - you won't regret it! Read more
  • Ben L.
    Ben LiMay 8, 2010
    The salted caramel chocolate tart is excellent.
  • Tony L.
    Tony LiMay 8, 2010
    ... and so is the panna cotta
  • Ben L.
    Ben LiMay 8, 2010
    Ok food. But very mediocre at this price point.
  • Sheila M.
    Sheila MackenzieJanuary 21, 2010
    Awesome kid-friendly brunch on the weekend.
  • shannon y.
    shannon yellandJanuary 10, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Try the pigs feet appie and sit in the back bar.
  • Lauren I.
    Lauren IsaacsonSeptember 18, 2009
    if you want an appetizer, the chickpeas are the way to go
  • Lauren I.
    Lauren IsaacsonSeptember 18, 2009
    if you're there for lunch, order a piadine. it's the bread that makes it special.
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