Ask for Luigi

Row 1

Details
305 Alexander St (at Gore Ave)
Vancouver, BC V6A 1C4
(604) 428-2544
Italian
$ $
Hours
Wed–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Sat: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • At the helm of this Italian family-style restaurant is chef Jean Christophe Poirier. Welcome them to the neighbourhood and dive into their fresh-made pasta delights. Gluten-free pasta is available.
  • As long as you are willing to commit to 2 glasses, the will open any wine on the menu and sell it by the glass.
  • Rigatoni Bolognese was the best I've had. Pasta was cooked perfectly. Creamy, smooth and rich but not over-powering
  • Delicious brunch!!
  • Not worth the hour long wait. Unless you're only going for the fried cauliflower!
  • So good. We went for brunch and the bolognese, carbonara, pork belly were all good. Also be sure to get the cheese with truffle honey, banana bread and olive oil cake!
  • Beautiful banana bread as a breakfast appetizer
  • best Italian in the city. usually 2 hour wait, show up early and leave you number then go for a walk and a beer in the neighbourhood.
  • Everything was delicious! You can't go wrong!
  • Duck ragu pappardelle is my favourite and the panna cotta is a must get.
  • If you're waiting for a table. Walk up to Cuchillo for some drinks
  • Great pasta. Go early since the restaurant does not take reservations.
  • Some of the best Italian in Vancouver.
  • Loved the ricotta stuffed eggplant for brunch. Bonus points for free banana bread before 10 am.
  • Get the pasta - it's all homemade. The bone marrow and bison tartar are also amazing.
  • Easily some of the best Italian food I've ever had. Chickpea cauliflower dish was great, and the ragu.
  • Overrated bland food. Poor mannered host.
  • No reservations...better to get there early if you want a table! Super busy! Their pastas are all homemade. Love their food!
  • Was good but not great. Not worth the wait, especially with a stuck up host
  • The antipasti are so thoughtful, go hard on them and split a pasta.