Food|Lifestyle

Vancouver’s Cin Cin Ristorante is a must visit!

Antipasto at Cin Cin

We recently went to Vancouver, BC to celebrate our anniversary. I forgot what a beautiful city it is. In preparation for our trip, I researched all the restaurants around Robson Street and the West End. With some restaurants sounding a bit adventurous, we decided to go with Cin Cin because they had a lot more options on their menu. We started with the meat tray featuring salumi, jamon, chorizo and other wonderful Italian meats. We added some cheese to the board which I would highly recommend.

I also tried the pork, squash ravioli and shrimp risotto. All of the dishes were excellent, but I think the ravioli is what really won the night for me. The portions of the meals were just right, but we still didn’t have room for dessert. So, we decided to take home some macarons instead. It was a perfect sweet treat when we finally got home from our evening out. The restaurant was beautiful inside. Not what you expected from the exterior or even some of the photos online. Overall, I would recommend this restaurant highly and hope the next time you visit Vancouver, that you will stop by for dinner.

Casey Van Damme

I was born and raised in the Northwest and wouldn't give up my home in Seattle for anything. But, my love of Mexico and travel has instilled a taste for tequila and spicy food in me. I am always trying to make old favorites healthier and love sharing my adventures.

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