We were both torn between the confit of Albacore tuna loin and the roasted salmon belly sandwich. Finally, Scott settled on the sandwich, dressed with caramelized red onions and roasted red pepper mayo. A velvety butternut squash soup was served as a side.
I think I lucked out in this one. My plump, thick slices of tuna were topped with a soft poached egg and heavenly saffron aïoli. Smoked heirloom tomato consommé served as the base of the dish and home to panko crusted Chorizo sausage bites that were to-die-for.
We sipped a glass of Sancerre with our meal and ended it with a lemon tart.
As usual, service was great and atmosphere fun and quirky. Lunch ranges from $13 to $19.
119 Murray Street, Ottawa ON