Chinese Restaurants in Ottawa


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  • China Doll Restaurant
    Known for its noodle and rice dishes, China Doll Restaurant serves excellent Chinese cuisine to Massena locals. Watching your diet? Stay on track at China Doll Restaurant, a local restaurant with gluten-free and low-fat options. Large groups will appreciate China Doll Restaurant for its ability to seat them quickly. Stay connected at no cost thanks to China Doll Restaurant's wifi. China Doll Restaurant tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. Catering services are also available. Parking spaces are available curbside near the restaurant. China Doll Restaurant offers a nice selection of mid-range cuisine, so you can expect a meal there to cost about $30 or less per person.
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    19 Main St
    Massena, NY US
  • Wonton Mama
    The kitchen at Wonton Mama teems with ingredients that range from hoisin sauce to lemongrass from such lands as China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Diners perched on sleek white banquettes can sample tempura-shrimp sushi rolls, chicken-fried rice flavoured with Thai basil, and vermicelli noodle soup with spicy scallops and shrimp. Drinks such as sangria and Sapporo complement each dish.
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    109 Clarence St.
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Farbs Kitchen & Wine Bar
    Michael Farber, the owner and head chef at Farbs Kitchen & Wine Bar, finds many of the ingredients for his dishes within 100 miles of the New Edinburgh restaurant. He gets seasonal produce from growers such as Diotte Farm and buys responsibly harvested seafood from The Whalesbone Sustainable Oyster & Fish Supply. Batches of wild mushrooms come from Le Coprin, where foragers hand-pick them from the woodlands of the Boreal Forest. Even his wine list celebrates local offerings with bottles from Niagara and Prince Edward County. These local ingredients become even more appealing when you see how Farber and his team finesse them. They roast wild mushrooms to add woodsy flavor to poutine, and soak heirloom cucumbers in brine to make the gourmet pickles that garnish plates of steak tartare. Fresh herbs and greens dress up seasonal risotto, and a creative lemon-truffle emulsion brings out the flavors of black cod. When the end of the meal rolls around, don't miss out on a sweet finale of house-made sorbet or ice cream.
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    18 Beechwood Ave.
    Vanier, ON CA
  • Izakaya
    In Japan, many people end their workday with a stop at an izakaya, a bar where the happy-hour crowd can grab a stool and order some sake and perhaps even a steaming bowl of ramen. In that spirit, Izakaya has developed strong cocktail and food menus, each of which is rooted in Japanese preparations but integrates international flavors as well. For instance, the cocktail list has 10 kinds of sake and cocktails such as lychee mojitos, but also includes sangria and several varietals of wine. The food menu is mostly small plates, with hot servings of miso soup and tempura prawns or cold plates of oysters and sashimi. And despite its inspirations, Izakaya invites guests to linger beyond just an after-work drink?they often host special events such as sushi-making lessons, sake pairings, and sommelier-led wine tastings.
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    339 Elgin St.
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Rangoon Restaurant
    By mastering the unique synthesis of Southeast Asian flavours that distinguishes Burmese cuisine, Rangoon Restaurant's chef and owner, Ngun Tial, earned the praise of the Ottawa Citizen, which dubbed her a "good ambassador" for her bold flavour combinations and generous portions. Brimming with fresh ingredients such as chicken, seafood, and squash, Tial's signature curries waft the scent of garlic and ginger among the dining room's taupe walls. The chefs also happily prepare a number of meatless entrees—including a signature salad made with green-tea leaves—that easily accommodate both vegetarians and reformed venus flytraps.
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    114 Gloucester St.
    Ottawa, ON CA
  • Openrice Asian Fusion & Lounge
    Elegant black-and-white furnishings and a sleek martini bar catch the eye of visitors to Openrice Asian Fusion & Lounge, but it's the food that steals the show. Classic dishes from the culinary traditions of Vietnam, Korea, China, and Thailand fill the robust menu, including notables such as pad thai, beef or chicken pho, and red-curry shrimp. Thai-style mussels by the pound are seasoned with lemongrass, scallions, and fragrant basil, and varieties of steamed and fried dumplings pass by tables during dim sum service.
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    1755 Saint Laurent Boulevard
    Ottawa, ON CA
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