Private rooms are available in this massive stone restaurant, but in warmer weather most patrons prefer dining in the cobblestone courtyard. The ... More
Private rooms are available in this massive stone restaurant, but in warmer weather most patrons prefer dining in the cobblestone courtyard. The creative outdoor tables have stencils of city scenes. Appetizers range from CAD4.50 for garlic bread with cheese to CAD9.95 for the Seafood Selection Plate. Main courses range from the Grilled Grain-Fed Breast of Chicken with a Peach and Ginger Chutney (CAD15.95) to the house specialty Rack of Lamb with Dijon Mustard (CAD27.50). The desserts, all simply divine, are also reasonably priced. The Maple Sugar Pie, a real taste of French Canada, is a steal at CAD5.50. WiFi access available.
As a vegetarian I found the food bland,extremely overpriced (a soggy tomato on a thin film of partially cold noodles in a ho hum sauce is definately not worth $13) and insufficent. After paying $42 for the food alone, not including taxes, dessert and beverages, it seemed somehow wrong to still be ravenously hungry. A decent vegetarian meal can be found in most Ottawa restaurants, but this is certainly not one of them! A big disappointment!