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110 Murray St, Main, Ottawa, ON K1N 5M6
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Casual and delectable

Very nice restaurant and high end delicatessen where you can have a really good time... Please, get a plate of ''charcuterie'' and cheese for your appetizer, it is awesome. Ask for the terrasse at the back, it is really nice too!

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 4/5
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Restaurantica12
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Great spot on Murray Street. We started with the poutine (spaetzle, duck confit, cheese curds and roast duck gravy). I may never eat regular poutine again, it was tremendous. I had pan seared pickerel on a bed of white beans and chick peas. The fish was cooked perfectly. My date had the braised short ribs with spaetzle and Le Coprin mushrooms. The beef was tender and full of flavour. I was intrigued by the rest of the menu and will definitely return. Next time I will stay for desert as we had other plans.

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