We love this restaurant. Overpriced for what it is, but it's so good one tends to ignore it. A very pleasant patio for a summer evening. Try the ossobuco. It's one of the best.
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Cioppino's is really two restaurants. The first is the one represented by their standard menu: high-end Italian fare. The other is almost a secret known only to the initiated: modern European cuisine of the highest caliber served in a multi-course Chef's menu that is not...More
Nice room and friendly service but that is it! Huge wine list - not many more than about 10 choices under $100; the food is marginal at best. Had the special Dungeness crab salad - only 3 or 4 small bits of crab (a major...More
Essentially top class Italian food with a spicy twist makes this a delicious kitchen to eat from. I had squid ink gnocchi (divine) in a spicy seafood sauce. Exquisite. Then a bouillabaisse style fish stew. Again quite spicy and delicious. We had three excellent Italian...More
I dined at Cioppion's for a business occasion. The food, wine, atmosphere, and service were all superb. The noise level was perfect to carry the conversation. It's not cheap, so you may want to save for a special occasion, or business meal with clients.
I loved this restaurant...the atmosphere was so perfect and the service was excellent. Their gnocchi was one of the best I have ever had...it melted in my mouth!
The food was fantastic at Cioppino's, and the service professional and knowledgeable. However, there was a certain "energy" and "fun" missing from this restaurant. Perhaps this lack of "excitement" was exacerbated by having drinks at the hopping Blue Water Cafe before coming to dinner at...More
Since 1999, Cioppino’s Vancouver Mediterranean Grill & Enoteca has offered a fresh spin on Mediterranean cooking, through the innovative techniques of the chef/owner, Giuseppe “Pino” Posteraro. He was awarded the 2008 Vancouver Magazine’s Chef of the year, 2009 Restaurant of the Year, and gold medal...More