Cuisine type

  • Italian,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
226 Nepean St, Ottawa, ON K2P 0B8
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  • $11 To $25,

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Great gourmet dining spots in Ottawa

Great gourmet dining spots in Ottawa

Occupying Beckta’s original spot, Italian restaurant North & Navy does a fine job filling its shoes. You’ll feel relaxed surrounded by the gorgeous Italian-inspired decor while you enjoy sophisticated cuisine at its best. North & Navy offers up ever-changing creative masterpieces like charred octopus and Humboldt squid, or Corzetti with pancetta honey and walnuts. The beautifully fresh, melt-in-your mouth mackerel and smelts are also a must-try if you’re a fan of seafood. To complete the package, you’ll be in good hands with the pleasantly engaging and knowledgeable servers.

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Ottawa’s best Italian restaurants

Ottawa’s best Italian restaurants

The seasonal dishes at North and Navy are inspired by the similar climates of Eastern Ontario and Northern Italy. The spot also borrows the MO of Venetian “bacari” (Venice restaurants which serve deliciously complex small plates). The dishes are presented on beautiful Venetian plates in shared or private dining rooms that are as intimate as they are romantic. Tagliatelle rabbit ragu, fried salt cod stuffed zucchini flowers, and warm octopus and potatoes are only a few examples of the inventive and ever-changing plates chef Adam Vettorel will imagine on a regular basis.

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Size matters: Best small plates in Ottawa

Size matters: Best small plates in Ottawa

When Adam Vettorel honeymooned in Venice, he was inspired by snacks served from take-out windows. Back in Ottawa, he’s put a Canadian twist on Venice’s approach to tapas, called cichèti, using provisions he picks up during twice-weekly visits to local markets. The result: an inventive, constantly changing menu that reflects what’s fresh. It might include ricotta with raspberries, or mackerel and cucumber tartare, or a tomato stuffed with blue cheese and pomegranate. The front room is lovely, but head to the back-room bocaro for a view of the open kitchen. The place can be boisterous on Friday and Saturday nights.

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