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  • French,
  • English,
33 Nicholas St, Ottawa, ON K1N 9M7
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  • $11 To $25,

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Great gourmet dining spots in Ottawa

Great gourmet dining spots in Ottawa

Soak up the hipster early-evening vibe as you sip on your cocktail, before getting treated to inventive gourmet dishes using locally sourced produce at an affordable price. Start off with one of the impressive charcuterie boards, including combinations like house-prepared salmon and foie gras with burnt honey, and follow it up with a delicious elk burger or one of the amazing house cauliflower-based dishes. The scotch egg is also a must-try! You’ll leave here with a gourmet buzz, but with money to spare in your wallet.

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Enjoy great charcuterie plates at these Ottawa restaurants

Enjoy great charcuterie plates at these Ottawa restaurants

At the Albion Rooms, you will feel right at home with their relaxed atmosphere and comfortable sofa seating. Part of the Novotel Ottawa Hotel, the Albion Rooms always has good food, drink and company. Their menu changes seasonally, but a charcuterie and cheese plate is always offered. Served with house-pickled vegetables, preserves and crostini, you can sample three items for $24. Save room for dessert, because they offer delights such as a banana and chocolate bread pudding, elderflower creme brulee and a fresh rhubarb and berry tartlette.

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Discover Ottawa's top hotel bars

Yes, those fresh herbs on the bar were grown in the planters just outside this Novotel lounge. But then, everything in your innovative cocktail is fresh, whether it’s simple syrup or tobacco-leather bitters (“made with pipe tobacco and the sole from my old shoe,” jokes chief mixologist Stefan Wenek). The visually stunning drinks include long-time favourite Burning Star, mixing rum, single malt Scotch, maple syrup, lemon juice and house-made, lemon-blueberry bitters. For food, try the buffalo-style rabbit livers or charcuterie plates of locally sourced meats and cheeses. The room is a fusion of industrial stark and butcher-shop warm.

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