La Pentola Continues Its Famiglia Supper Series With 10 Course Roman Feast

La Pentola is located in the Opus Hotel at 350 Davie St. in Vancouver, BC | (604) 642-0557 | www.lapentola.ca
La Pentola is located in the Opus Hotel at 350 Davie St. in Vancouver, BC | (604) 642-0557 | www.lapentola.ca

The GOODS from La Pentola

Vancouver, BC | La Pentola’s Famiglia Supper Series continues as we pay tribute to the city of Rome. Join us this Sunday at 6pm to dine family style at a communal table with your neighbours and friends. As we head to the epicenter of Italian cuisine we will feature 10+ classic Roman dishes including carciofi alla romana, all’amatriciana, and of course, carbonara. We encourage you to reserve as seating is limited. Dinner will be served at 6pm. The cost is $55 per person for 10+ courses. Reserve here and learn more about the restaurant after the jump…

Details

350 Davie Street | Vancouver, BC , V6B2G2
Telephone:  (604) 642-0557  |  Email:  info@lapentola.ca
Reserve: reservations@lapentola.ca
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Hours

Open 7 days a week (closed daily 3-5pm)
Breakfast: 7am – 3pm | Lunch: 11:30am – 3pm
Dinner: Sun-Thu: 5pm | Late, Fri & Sat: 5pm – Later

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Chef / Owner – Lucais Syme
General Manager – Ricardo Ferreira

About La Pentola

Chef Lucais Syme delivers rustic Northern Italian inspired cuisine at La Pentola della Quercia inside OPUS Hotel. Simple, handmade pasta and traditional nose-to-tail meat and fish dishes served family style are the focus of this award-winning Vancouver restaurant.

“La Pentola is inviting and warm. Ditto the service. The food is rustically elegant, a distillation of real Italy and the food is similar to their northern Italy-based La Quercia and La Ghianda offerings – they zero in on great ingredients and capture the Italian soul. Their pilgrimages and work experience in ‘Slow Food’ Italy is evident”. Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

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