Saturday, March 10, 2012


Wow, I love this place! I went here for lunch expecting to try and soup and salad, until I saw it – gluten-free bun available – yay! So I indulged in the most sinful sandwich on the menu, slow-smoked beef brisket with caramelized onion and aioli. Although that dish with it's side of sweet potato chips and spicy pickled green bean would have been more than enough food, I couldn't help but get the ceasar salad with bacon bits to start. Oh, and a B. Goods  ginger cookie for later (it was made with spelt, how could I leave it behind!?).

My husband had the margherita sandwich, basil, tomato, fresh mozzarella and pesto. Also a winner.

The toughest part was having to go back to the office when I was done eating.  Space is open, airy and bright with church pews and couches. It's the kind of place you just want to stick around and sip lattés all afternoon.

Service was awesome, food delicious but sandwiches pricy. Sandwiches range from $6 to $13.
750 Gladstone, Ottawa

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Mark Goren said...

My butternut squash and apple soup was also quite good, as was the Caesar salad.

Thanks for introducing me to this one.

Rachelle said...

Mark, thanks for treating me to lunch!!

Music-chan said...

Your posts always make me wish I lived in Ottawa.

Well, we're getting closer. My husband and I moved to Toronto this spring. Maybe someday I'll be able to get up to Ottawa and try some of these delicious looking restaurants.

Rachelle said...

It's worth the visit!