The best pasta in Burnaby according to our readers

Linguini, fettuccini, gnocchi ... oh my! 🍝

By Simran Singh | June 21, 2021 |5:29 pm

We asked for the best pasta spots in the city and once again Burnaby Beacon readers came through with some top-notch suggestions. Here’s a list of some of the best places to get pasta in the city. From big plates to hand-made offerings, this list will definitely have us stopping by ALL these spots for a Burnaby pasta tour.

Sopra Sotto – “Truffle linguine – it’s awesome!” says Beacon reader John Grant @jagtweets on Twitter.
Address: 4022 Hastings St.

Cotto Enoteca Pizzeria – “Used to drive from South Surrey to them until they opened their sister restaurant in White Rock. LOVE the carbonara and the lil Italian donuts,” sats Tiff @pineappletibs on Twitter. Heads up, the folks at Cotta also make an impressive pizza so there’s double the reason to go.
Address: 6011 Hastings St

Amorosa Pasta House – An Edmonds staple, Amorosa has been serving up Italian classics—including pasta Pomodoro, carbonara, and alfredo—for over 20 years.
Address: 7874 Edmonds Ave

La Forchetta – Chef Manrico puts his love for his home city of Pescara into every dish. Using fresh, local ingredients La Forchetta offers a delectable menu of authentic pasta crafted in-house.
Address: 5601 Hastings St

Anton’s Pasta Bar – This list wouldn’t be complete without Antons. Here are just some of the good things Beacon readers had to say about this classic and much-loved Burnaby gem:

“Anton’s. Fettuccine Creola. Bonus: portions are large and good for another meal… (Well, at least for my family),” Gladys @gvogstad on Twitter.

“For pasta dishes, Anton’s of course,” Bill Cunningham @billycfl on Twitter.

“Anton’s. I love the seafood fettuccine,” @mystiquedesignz on Instagram.

Address: 4260 East Hastings St

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