The GOODS from Campagnolo Roma
Vancouver, BC | Campagnolo ROMA and Driftwood Brewing are very excited to announce a very special dinner set to take place on April 26th. The dinner will feature 6 courses comprised of the lesser known, and lesser celebrated parts of the animal paired with beer from Driftwood Brewing in Victoria, BC. More details below…
duck parts cromesquis
humboldt tentacle yakitori
lamb tongue on spent mash crackers
radishes and tallow
chicken skin crackers with marinated cockscomb and sorrel pesto
lamb brain crepinette
pig foot brodo with parmesan rind and cotechino ravioli
several whole roasted pigs heads, pommes aligote, carrots glazed in foie gras fat and smoked urchin bottarga
goat milk rice pudding, pig brain, lovage, peach, hazelnut, brown butter
beef tendon marshmallow, pork blood torte, eggless meringue, chiccharon
Quinto Quarto is held at ROMA only a few times per year in recognition of the important roman tradition of nose-to-tail cooking. This particular dinner will honor the unique cuts of meat known to Italian butchers at the fifth quarter (quinto quarto) alongside seasonal produce paired with beer from Driftwood Brewing. Tickets for Quinto Quarto are $80 inclusive and can be purchased by calling the restaurant at 604.569.0456 or by sending an email to info [at] campagnoloroma.com.
2297 East Hastings Street | Vancouver, BC
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Roma is open seven days a week serving dinner from 5pm – 10pm and lunch from 11:30am – 2:30pm, and weekend brunch from 10:30am – 2:30pm. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis with reservations only taken for parties of eight or more dining with one of ROMA’s alla famiglia group menus.
Chef de Cuisine | Jesse McMillan
Restaurant Manager | Colin Turley
Director of Operations | Tim Pittman
Proprietor | Robert Belcham
Proprietor | Tom Doughty
About Campagnolo ROMA
Located in the old Italian district of Vancouver’s East Village, Campagnolo ROMA serves rustic dishes inspired by the classics of Rome. The menu is simple, focusing on antipasti, pasta and pizza complemented by an extensive features board showcasing the freshest seasonal ingredients available. Quality, value and flavour drive the cocktail and wine program. The small yet comprehensive wine list offers Italian and B.C. options, while locally brewed beer and hand crafted cocktails round out the bar. The room is intimate and adorned with the familiar & eclectic, including damask wallpaper, a touch of lace, wood accents and a few of Nona’s lampshades.
“The Hired Belly is always impressed when a restaurant hits the ground running. That’s the case with Campagnolo Roma.” – Tim Pawsey, The Vancouver Courier.
“Campagnolo Roma cuts to the chase: the food.” – Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun.
2009 Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards – Chef of the Year, Robert Belcham
“An ego-free chef who’s making some of the best food this city has seen.” – Vancouver Magazine