Established since 1976.
"Suisha" - is Japanese for "waterwheel."
The food was spectacular, the service was excellent, love the atmosphere too.
Price is reasonable.
Favorite Dish: Authentic, classic japanese cuisine.
Yesterday's got a great location a block south of Parliament Hill.
Service was good and friendly, we were given time to look at the menu.
Favorite Dish: The quality of the food was average.
But over all it was quite enjoyable.
An authentic two-storey, Irish pub with a hand crafted cast iron mezzanine patio over viewing the gateway to the ByWard Market.
Aulde Dubliner has exceptional selection of Irish Whiskey and draught beers with 21 brands - great wat to celebrate Irish culture.
Aulde Dubliner offers a variety of entrees, including great Fish & Chips; haddock in crisp lager batter served with fresh cut French fries and the Grilled Prime Rib Beef Burger;
fire grilled patty with 'Irish Dubliner' old cheddar, bacon, lettuce, tomato & pickle;
consisting of roasted red pepper, horseradish, grainy Dijon and mayonnaise on a fresh Rustic burger bun.
Favorite Dish: Live entertainment every weekend!
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11am-2am
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 8.30am-2am
Breakfast is served Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
Decided to go Mexican on this outing, and came across Poncho Villa. Nicely decorated interior, the service by my female server was cheerful and helpful, good food, and very reasonable prices. I also didn't have to wait very long...my entrée arrived within 5-10 minutes. My meal came to a total of CAD$19.21, and I was full.
Favorite Dish: I had a bottle of Mexican beer (Sol), and for my main dish, Mole Enchiladas. Three enchiladas came with this dish (chicken, beef, and cheese), smothered with mole, which is a thick sauce consisting of a mixture of chillies, cinnamon, cloves, and peanuts, and has a taste somewhat similar to that of chocolate. A dollop of sour cream topped this, and there were also tortilla chips on the side. While the mole was a new item for me, I found there was a bit too much of it, and it detracted any taste of the enchiladas.
The Ottawa Bagelshop is a great shop and restaurant for enjoying bagels and any other good food and drinks.
So, have your breakfast or lunch here (or drop in in between for a quiet coffee or tea).
Mo-Th: 6.30AM - 7PM
Fr: 6.30AM - 8PM
Sa: 6.30AM - 7PM
Su: 6.30AM - 6PM
Favorite Dish: A quick hot chocolate and a strawberry muffin.
The Richtree Restaurant is a buffet restaurant with live cooking.
At the entrance you get a card, where your drinks and food will be noted. You pay at the cashier when leaving the restaurant.
The main course meat or fish is fresh and grilled at the spot. In the mean time you can select drinks, starters and side dishes.
Mo-Fri 9:30AM - 9PM
Sa: 9:30AM - 6PM
Su: 11AM - 5PM
We really enjoyed our meals because of the excellent food and the service was great too.
We will most certainly be back again and would recommend it to anyone looking for an all around great pub expierence!
Favorite Dish: Lobster & Shrimp Salad ($15) was very good:
Atlantic lobster, shrimp and fresh avocado mixed with a cilantro-caper mayo. Served with mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, English cucumbers and our house-made balsamic vinaigrette;
Tim's Black Thorn Angus Burger ($14) was great too:
House-made 7 oz. Angus Beef burger grilled to perfection and served on a toasted rustic bun. Topped with our house made burger sauce, iceberg lettuce, dill pickle, red onions and sliced tomato.
Tucker's Marketplace is a buffet restaurant with fast service.
It's a franchise dating back to 1957 when 1957 Oscar Grubert opened the Champs Drive-In at Winnipeg. A couple of years later he expanded and franchised KFC for Manitoba.
In 1975 he started his own chain called Mother Tucker’s, that later was renamed into Tucker's Marketplace.
I returned here in 2011 and had a satisfying buffet meal.
Vittoria Trattoria is one of the best Italian restaurants in Ottawa. It's a top restaurant, so expect to pay for that.
Situated in the center building at the ByWard area it's always lively and full of action.
The food is great.
Favorite Dish: I had a wonderful pasta with chicken.
Seafood is also available.
Had the Lamb rack in 2011.
My Favourite restaurant is the Chinese Restaurant ROYAL TREASURE in the 'Little China' section of Ottawa.
After you got a seat the next thing is a pot of green tea, a cup and the menu.
Portions are big enough to feed two persons.
The best food for LOW prices and a free doggy bag for next day's lunch.
You can get Fried Shrimp Chips, but you have to ask for it.
No desserts; just a fortune cookie with the bill.
2009 UPDATE: It looks like the new generation has taken over business. There are some small changes, but only for the better.
2011 UPDATE: The dining rooms got a bit bigger and the toilets are up to standard now. The #131 on the menu is still excellent!
Favorite Dish: Imperial Spare Ribs; #131 on the menu.