Ottawa's dining scene has earned many accolades and received recognition for a number of its eateries, gaining a reputation for innovative ideas and delicious cuisine; a destination sure to delight any foodie's palate!
Obama Cookies from the Moulin de Provence Bakery in the ByWard Market, Ottawa. For more information on Ottawa restaurants visit http://www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/where-to-eat-and-shop/restaurants
“The Dumpling Bowl on Somerset is the city's only dedicated dumpling eatery. Formerly a bubble tea shop, its new owners renovated and serve Chinese dumplings, handmade with hot water and wheat flour dough wrappers. Enjoy the meat-filled and vegetarian dumplings, boiled or pan fried with a gentle touch of chilli oil and soy.” - #OttawaInsider @foodiePrints. For more information on Culinary hotspots in Ottawa, visit www.ottawatourism.ca.
“Parma Ravioli's meat meat ball sub is slow cooked in a red sauce, served in a hoagie-style roll, and topped with melted cheese. Formerly located at the corner of Clarence and Dalhousie, Parma Ravioli has been supplying fresh pasta to Ottawa from the West Wellington Village since 1997.” - #OttawaInsider @foodieprints. For more info on culinary hotspots in Ottawa, visit www.ottawatourism.ca
“Afghani restaurants are opening in Ottawa, serving fresh flat bread, basmati rice, and grilled meat kabobs. One of our favourite dishes, served at the Supreme Kabob House behind Ikea on Iris Street is "Manto": steamed wonton-style wrapped dumplings filled with ground beef, served with yogurt, and topped with a tomato ragu of yellow split peas.” - Instagrammer @foodieprints. For more info on culinary hotspots in Ottawa, visit www.ottawatourism.ca