Fodor's Expert Review Sciué

$ Downtown Café
Inspired by the street foods of Rome, this cafeteria-style Italian bakery–café (Sciué is pronounced "Shoe-eh") starts the day serving espresso and pastries, then moves to panini, soups, and pastas. One specialty is the pane romano, essentially a thick-crust pizza, sold by weight. There can be lines out the door at lunch, so try to visit early or late. (Not too late, though, as it's only open until 5 pm on weekdays, 4 pm on Saturday, and 3 pm Sunday.) There are several additional Downtown branches with varying hours (1115 Melville, 885 West Georgia, 602 Cordova, and 101 Robson), and if you're in Yaletown, look for the location at 126 Davie Street.
Café Casual Breakfast Lunch Coffee Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

110–800 W. Pender St.
Vancouver, British Columbia  V6C 2V6, Canada

604-602–7263

www.sciue.ca

Known For:
  • Thick-crust pizza
  • Lunch-time crowds
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner

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