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About Century Plaza Hotel - C|PRIME
C|PRIME is the latest culinary endeavour by Century Plaza Hotel.
The menu is comprised of fresh and inspiring modern Italian cuisine alongside traditional steakhouse classics delivering incredible food in a fashionable atmosphere.
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y5
Italian, Contemporary Italian, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 7:00 am-11:30 am
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday: 11:30 am-2:30 pm
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 11:30 am-5:00 pm, Saturday-Sunday: 2:30 pm-5:00 pm
Dinner: Daily: 5:00 pm-10:00 pm Happy Hour 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
CAN$31 to CAN$50
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Direct access from parking to hotel and CPRIME is accessible by elevator or stairs to Lobby level
Burrard Str. & Nelson Str. bus stop across the street or Burrard Skytrain Station provide access a 10min walk away
Century Plaza Hotel - C|PRIME Ratings and Reviews
This dining experience was wonderful and one of the very best in Vancouver.We dine out lots and in what is touted as the Best restaurants in Vancouver and none came close every dish that we had was top quality ingredients and cooked to perfection. Thanks CPrime and a job well done.
The food was very good, and I really appreciated that the room was spacious, having enough space between tables and making it quiet. I don't like the back ground noise and music becoming foreground.
The service was good enough except that the server paid attention to only one of us and ignored the other (which is me) so completely. I don't need her love or anything, but as a basic manner, the server at least should have acknowledged my presence from time to time. At least, that's what I do when I serve others just to be polite : )
Oh, and also, I don't know any Italian or much about wine, so I showed the wine list and asked the server if "rosse" is "rose". I have red and white at home but no rose, so I wanted to have rose. The server answered yes and I ordered one from the list, and it was red. Very red.
One more thing, we ordered two kinds of pasta, and they were both very good, but they had very similar sauce. Since the server knew that we are sharing, it would have been great if she had suggested a different dish. Over all, not very impressive service, so I will probably not choose this place for a more important occasion.
Came here with my friends for dine out Vancouver because the menu caught my attention. There were so many choices and the choices were also different from other menus. Definitely very glad we decided on this location. The ambiance was very classy and romantic. I'll be coming back here for special occasions.
The restaurant was very beautiful. We were seated in a well populated section of the restaurant, but despite many servers being in close proximity multiple times, we sat unattended for over 10 minutes. I attempted to wave down a gentleman who seemed to be running away avoiding contact. We also weren't given a drink menu. When our server finally came around to talk to us we had plenty of time to decide what we were going to eat and ordered right away. We were poured water that tasted disgusting and had to wait until our appetizers to arrive before we could ask the expose to grab us some new glasses of water. The appetizers weren't bad. When our entrees arrived our order had been mistaken and we were brought a wrong dish. We were only a party of two ordering off of a dine-out menu so our order should have been easy enough. After going with no attention at the beginning of our visit it seemed like the server just couldn't get enough of us. She was constantly coming by to the point where it got quite annoying and felt like she was rushing us so she could end her shift. The lamb loin was delicious and I would absolutely order it again. The gnocci wasn't bad as well, very rich and filling. The lemon tart dessert was delicious as well, but it was really the only interesting choice on the dessert menu.
1st time trying out this restaurant from the Dine Out Vancouver list. Chose this location because it has the lemon tart as the dessert. The initial menu has the baked clams as the appy but it was replaced by squid steak which is very different from many other restaurants. It has a good portion too. Girlfriend had the octopus, in which it was very tender and a very different texture experience.
Next was the main course, I had the lamb loin (again in a generous portion) and girlfriend got the gnocchi with wild B.C. mushrooms in porcini truffle cream sauce. She immediately fell in love with in, ate half and packed the other for her lunch. Each person was $30 with a dessert as well. We came back again with her family the following week.
I loved the service that was provided by the restaurant, the atmosphere was relaxing. This place is perfect for family dinners and first dates. Everything exceeded my expectations of the place, except the amount time it took for the food to arrive at our table. Overall it would definitely be a place for me to visit again.
Good place for a group, good service, good food & value for a downtown restaurant. Wine list is too complicated. The waiter also had trouble with the IPad. Wine listing on the menu by the glass only. Waiter didn't know the cost of a bottle so we ordered 4 glasses!
Overall a pleasant venue.
The three of thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. One had roasted duck breast, one had the braised veal shank and the third had the grilled tenderloin with green peppercorn sauce--all excellent. Starter salad, desserts and single-glass wine choices were very good, too. Tables well spaced and noise level low enough for conversation even with compromised hearing.
Very pricy. Food came out luke warm. Hotel needs upgrading. Pool area tiles and baseboard in a state of disrepair.
The TV was behind the couch rather than in front of it. We were on the 21 st floor but could hear the street noise very loudly. Sirens etc.
Plus: nice little kitchenette. IGA nearby if you want to cook.
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