‘La Pentola’ Continues Its Sunday Supper Series With August 28th Tomato Feast

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Vancouver, BC | To – may – to, To – mah – to, no matter how you pronounce it the sweetness is locked in. The next Sunday Supper Series at La Pentola is appropriately themed around our beautiful BC tomatoes. The delightful menu begins with a not-so-typical tomato cocktail. Look forward to a branzino crudo, some heirloom tomato vinaigrette and burrata, zucchini flowers stuffed with prawn, a crab and leek caramelle, delicious gnocchiettti, mouth-watering pork ratolo, and then juicy lamb to finish off the savoury portion. The feast would not be complete without some ‘dolce tomato’ as well. This common garden dweller may have originated in Central and South America, but our very own local beauties can compete with the best of them. This family-style dinner is sure to impress. Celebrate the tomato with us on Sunday, August 28th!

Reservations required, space is limited. $65 per person. $45 for wine pairing. Tickets here.

Details

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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: 11am – 2pm
Dinner: Sun-Thu: 5pm | Late, Fri & Sat: 5pm – Later

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People

Chef – Travis McCord
General Manager – Daniel Burke

About La Pentola

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Rustic Northern Italian inspired cuisine at La Pentola 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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