Shopping & Food

Ottawa’s Must-Try Brunches

In October, we asked: What are some of Ottawa’s most top notch establishments for a late breakfast, also known as an early lunch? Here are some of the most popular recommendations.


Feast & Revel

A sophisticated dining experience from the street level of the Andaz Hotel in Ottawa, the contemporary restaurant offers an impressive selection of Canadian-inspired dishes.

Must-try: the Sunrise Omelet, made with goat cheese, heirloom tomatoes, red onion, and kale, served with breakfast potatoes and your choice of multigrain or white rustic toast.


Vanitea Room 

An elegant tea room with a modern twist and luxury feel, that comes alive for morning brunches and afternoon teas.

Must try: The Spoil Yourself Three Course. Includes a personal bottle of mimosa (with the choice of grapefruit or peach liqueur), a single scone with preserves, and an Eggs Benedict (Pink Vegan or Bacon), and a mini dessert.


Cocette Bistro:

Cocotte Bistro is a a taste of modern, authentic French cuisine with a delightful Ottawa angle. The bright, energetic bistro on Metcalfe offers locally sourced, fresh ingredients and seasonal creations in a charming and lively atmosphere.

Cocette’s Must try: The famous French Omelet, served in a small pink cocotte. It includes 3 eggs omelet with chives, gruyere cheese, fried little potatoes and toasted country loaf.

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