Cibo Trattoria

October 4, 2008.

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Details

900 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 3L9 | MAP
Tel: 604-602-9570
Email: info@cibotrattoria.ca
Web: www.cibotrattoria.ca
Hours of Operation – Monday to Friday
Breakfast – 7am to 11am
Lunch – 11:30am to 2pm
Dinner – 5pm to 10:30pm
Weekends
Brunch – 8am to 2pm
Dinner – 5pm to 10:30pm

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Reviews

Cibo Pulls Off Impressive Italian Job – Tim Pawsey, The Courier
Oh My God Moments at Cibo – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun
Naked Pasta That Takes Your Breath Away – Alexandra Gill, Globe and Mail

About Cibo

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Cibo Trattoria specializes in authentic Italian cuisine made with fresh, organic and local ingredients. The menu of rustic dishes offers a truly extraordinary, yet casual dining experience for all. With a handpicked wine collection of varied and unique vintages available at Cibo, with a focus on sustainable and unique wines, guests are ensured taste-infusing wine pairings to complement their menu selection. Furthermore, Cibo’s charming, knowledgeable and caring team provide guests with the best service in the city. Cibo was named one of the Top Italian Restaurants in the World by Ospitalita Italiana Seal. Cibo is also the first Official Restaurant Partner of Slow Foods Vancouver. Cibo Trattoria is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is located at 900 Seymour Street adjacent to the Moda Hotel lobby.

Private Parties

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The Restaurant | Cibo’s 40 seat, intimate dining room makes the perfect location for private parties, corporate events, or social gatherings. The main dining room is equipped with a hidden audio/visual projection system with an oversized, retractable screen – making it perfect for those corporate presentations or special event slideshows. At Cibo, it is our goal to ensure that your guests leave with a memorable, positive experience – enjoying the best in food, wine & atmosphere.

The Madonna Room | This elegant, luxurious and private dining space seats up to 12 guests and is ideal for any special occasion. Patrons experience the ultimate in sophistication in a private dining setting with gorgeous gold and black finishes, luminous tile-surround, carrera marble flooring, a dazzling imported Italian chandelier and a hidden flat screen TV for added enjoyment. Ambient music, dimmable room lighting, and air conditioning provide a comfortable and peaceful setting for diners whilst they enjoy the finest Italian inspired cuisine in Downtown Vancouver.

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