A variety of Ottawa restaurants
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Thursday, 07 March 2013 07:42
When it comes to dining in Ottawa, there are a great deal of restaurants to choose from that offer fantastic food to satisfy any palate. Those who are travelling to Ottawa in the near future and are looking for diverse restaurants can check out these eateries.
Tourists who love live music almost as much as they love a good meal will likely want to stop at Fare Blend. This establishment is a mix of musical talent and international cuisine. Not only will the music and food satisfy, but the rustic atmosphere will as well, as it is located in a turn-of-the-century home that is complete with decor from all over the globe. Plus, the menu changes each day, so guests are sure to have the freshest and most delicious combinations.
168 Sushi Buffet
Those who are looking for a taste of Japan will likely find what they are craving at 168 Sushi Buffet. There are different location all over Canada, and another just opened up in the country's capital. This isn't a typical buffet, either, as patrons are offered a card so they can try a little bit of sushi as the meal goes on. This way, all of the sushi is made fresh and guests can enjoy the delicious Japanese cuisine until they are completely full.
Annie and Clyde's Southern BBQ
Annie and Clyde's Southern BBQ takes guests south of the border, and brings them some of barbecue basics from the United States. Whether it is finger-licking ribs or beef brisket, it will certainly leave guests feeling full and satisfied. Not to mention, it also features a great deal of Mexican food, bringing the taste-influences even farther south.
This restaurant has quickly become a favourite among eateries in Canada's capital, and one look at this upscale casual establishment makes it easy to see why. Grill 41 is located at the Lord Elgin Hotel, and it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. People can enjoy the extensive menu of delicious food, fantastic wine and inventive cocktails.