Dining out

Carlino Restaurant

With deep roots in both the Friuli region of Northern Italy and British Columbia, Carlino at the Shangri-La Vancouver is named after the grandfather of the owner.

Led by award-winning Chef Mark Perrier, the eateries menu honours the bounty of both regions—the forests, mountain ranges, lakes and coastal waters. Perrier’s approachable style and ever-changing seasonal menu features tasty ingredients from local farmers, fishmongers, foragers and ranches and blends well with wonderful classic Fruilian dishes served family-style. Guests will also find specialties from neighbouring regions of Trentino and Veneto in Italy. 

 

So, whether you’re in the mood for ordering musetto e bravade, hearty secondi dishes or a francobolli be sure to leave room for Chef’s divine dolce- strudel di miele with ricotta and dolce di leche. Open for breakfast, lunch, aperitivo, dinner & weekend brunch. 

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