Campagnolo is not in the most obvious location - a low-key building off a busy transit route near a hostel and a beer parlour. But get inside and you're in for a treat. This restaurant ticks all the boxes - great food, superb service, unique decor, overall a great experience. Highly recommended: the crispy chechi (deep fried chick peas with mint and chilis - yum) and the amazing pizza. The menu changes with what's fresh and local, but it's always creative and Italian with a northern twist (no boring spaghetti here). No reservations but worth going early or late, and the food is just as good in the wine bar at the back as it is in the main restaurant in the front. A two block walk from the Main St. Skytrain station if you want to enjoy their creative wine list, too.
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