Are you craving a delicious, hot pizza with all your favourite toppings? Does it make your mouth water to think about indulging in a rich, creamy fettuccini alfredo? If you're craving the delicious foods of Italy, then let our Ottawa Italian restaurants directory guide you to some of the best Italian restaurants in Ottawa. If you want to sample Italy's finest in seafood dishes, pasta dishes, seasoned vegetables, soups, desserts and more, then all you have to do is use the Ottawa Italian restaurants directory and stop in at any of the Ottawa Italian restaurants we've got listed. We have featured the best in Italian Restaurants for the Ottawa area. If you have any suggestions let us know Enjoy!
Choose from these Ottawa Italian Restaurants listings:
Gabriel Restaurants offer breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week, with weekend brunch until 2p.m. A great place to host a team party or office luncheon. Plasma screens for sports fans and a fully licensed bar with a wine list that is sure to please.
Stella Osteria, the newest addition to the Luxe Bistro, and Blue Cactus Bar and Grill family opened up to rave reviews-and the excellence has continued. Specializing in superbly presented modern Italian cuisine, Stella has created a reputation for its delectable recipes.
The Soul of Italy...on the Sparks Street Mall Exciting and creative contemporary Italian cuisine is prepared in this lovely trattoria with service that is unmatched in the city. Fresh pasta's, thin crust pizza, grilled vegetables, and grilled fish and meats abound on the stylish menu.
Antipasti, Zuppo ,Insalata, Primo, Secondi, Pizza
Ottawa's favourite neighborhood bistro!
Open nightly for dinner at 5p.m. Now serving lunch Wednesday to Friday
Combining old world traditional recipes with a modern décor, is an authentic southern Italian Restaurant with the centerpiece being traditional Napoletana Pizza from Naples, Italy, cooked in a specially-constructed, wood-burning oven. This oven is situated in the middle of the dining room with our Pizzaoli working behind perfecting all of our pizzas.
Come visit our new and exciting Italian dinner menu, featuring our Pasta & Risotto such as wild boar lasagne, lobster linguini, penne prima vera, and many more
Experience casual, fine dining at its best: Ciccio Caffe serves delicious home-style Italian fare in a relaxing and intimate atmosphere.
Since 1999, Biagio's Italian kitchen has strived to stay true to its founding "al momento" cooking philosophy by prepping each authentic dish on the menu right to order with the freshest ingredients.We have ample free parking, private rooms for groups of 10 to 140 and a warm inviting atmosphere.
Where you're treated like family!
Pizza, Italian, Breakfast/Brunch
We continue the tradition as "fratelli" Richard and Robert welcome you to their three family-owned and operated locations.
Kings Pizza in Ottawa is a favourite sure to please. They aren't just about Pizza but have several kinds of Poutine, Mexican and Italian dishes as well as a fantastic variety of Subs.
Located in Ottawa’s Little Italy, La Roma Restaurant has been an Ottawa favourite for over 40 years. With our recent renovations, exciting new menu and beautiful Mediterranean-inspired terrace for dining al fresco, La Roma is now more than ever a great place to visit. Reservations available online
At Mamma Grazzi's we are known for our old world Italian cuisine, featuring home-made pasta, hand-rolled thin crust pizzas, and fresh selection of grilled chicken and veal dishes. Our menu was created to provide an 'al momento' cooking philosophy which means that each pasta, pizza and entree is prepared individually to order. Tucked away in a cobblestoned courtyard, our warm and charming ambience is sure to please.
Come try some of our signature menu items such as the Pollo Alla Mezzanotte. Fresh grain fed chicken stuffed with asparagus, asiago cheese, prosciutto cotto, portobello mushrooms and sweet red peppers over a marsala Italian porcini mushroom sauce.
Where the Emerald Isle meets the Boot
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