This restaurant is a long time standout in Vancouver for Italian cuisine and wine. The service is great and the staff are accustomed to serving the lunch time business crowds who expect great food in a quick fashion. Veal is always good and so is the beef carpaccio. Go for creme brulee for dessert.
Loved the appetizers, enjoyed the service, was not impressed by the entres at all. Would go again just for the appetizers.
Established in 1980, this Robson Street cafe gained notoriety for its Northern Italian cuisine and traditional feel. It underwent a face-lift several years ago. Retaining its original charm, it remains one of the city\'s most popular social spots. The room, lined with greenery and detailed wall art, exudes warmth and elegance. Many young area residents frequent it. The Florentine menu lists... more