24 Ottawa Foods You Must Try In 24 Hours

No such thing as too much food.
24 Ottawa Foods You Must Try In 24 Hours

Have you ever had one of those days where it seems like you're never full? Same. My entire life, honestly.

And if you don't, then just ignore that. Food is such a huge part of our lives, and we need to experience the amazing restaurants that Ottawa has to offer. Maybe you're looking to discover your city through menus, or you're completely new to Ottawa. Either way, this list will really help you get to know the city, and you'll be completely satisfied after.

You can obviously do this over a few days, but if you do get this done within 24 hours, props to you. You're the real MVP.

1. Chicken N' Waffles // Flapjack's Canadian Diner

via @clarissatremblay

2. Toasted Cinnamon Bun // Baker Street Café

via @krissykos

3. OMG Benedict // Elgin Street Diner

via @kathrynanders

4. Acai Bowl // The Blended Berry

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5. Cold Brew // Happy Goat Coffee Co.

via @katsnacks.to

6. Cookies & Cream Latte // Origin Trade

via @taylorvanbea

7. Match Green Tea Latte // The Ministry of Coffee

via @katsnacks.to

8. Pressed Juice // Urban Juice Press

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9. Vanilla Latte // Cafe Cristal

10. Scone Sandwich // The SconeWitch

via @katsiyeung

11. Salmon and Cream Cheese Bagel // Kettleman's Bagel Co.

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12. Smoked Meat Sandwich // Dunn's Famous Deli

via @thablondbombshell

13. Build Your Own Salad // Freshii

14. Giant Munich Pretzel // Central Bierhaus

via @mandielam

15. Albacore Tuna // town.

via @_tortue

16. Tater Tots // Mill St. Brew Pub

via @northandnavy

17. Pumpkin Soup // North & Navy

18. Crispy Tofu // Play Food & Wine

via @ottcityfoodies

19. Fish Tacos // El Camino

via @taste_of_bytown

20. Kimchi Fries // Clocktower Brew Pub

via @insideott

21. Steamed Bun // Datsun

22. Brick Toast // Hangout

via @summerhan622511

23. Green Tea Tiramisu // Oh So Good

via @aombunya

24. Berry Crème Brûlée // Pasticceria Gelateria Italiana

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