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Seafood
Welcome to the WhatsupOttawa.com Seafood section. Here you will find menus, images, maps, dress code tips, price range. Everything you need to plan the perfect night out. Let us know how it was with our user review area.
Ottawa Seafood Restaurants (map view)
430 Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 231-8569
Aw, Shucks...Oysters and More....Oysters are the obvious choice here, served raw with different sauces and add-ons like lemon and horseradish. There are three to five types of east and west coast oysters to choose from, both small and large varieties and our selection changes daily. Oysters are the house specialty, but we've got plenty on the menu for seafood lovers who are squeamish about slurping the slippery bivalves straight from the shell.
1500 Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 526-5229
The Grill was added in 1996 and is an unpretentious Seafood Bistro using the freshest fish of the 4 daily deliveries. We focus on classic dishes that allow our fresh fish to shine. Enjoy Cedar roasted Black's harbor N.B. salmon, wild Atlantic Haddock & Pacific Halibut. We care deeply about what we serve and offer a balance of wild and ethically farmed fish. Please have a look at our menu and save room for dessert.
1500 Bank St, Ottawa, Ontario
613-526-0995
elican Fishery & Grill was founded in 1978. We offer a full service fish market offering a wide variety of wild and farmed fish and seafood and shellfish. From sashimi grade tuna to wild pacific salmon to fresh wild lake Erie pickerel fillet we try to offer a wide variety of seasonal fish.
1595 Merivale Rd Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario
613-727-0035
Here at Red Lobster we’re passionate about serving our guests great seafood. It’s why we go the extra mile to bring you the best dining experience possible. Our fishermen take pride in catching only the highest quality seafood, and the freshest fish. Our grill master’s expertly perfect flavors, cooking seafood and steak over a wood fire grill.
228 Preston Street, Ottawa,
(613) 565-3279
A fantastic selection of fresh shucked oysters, Certified Angus steaks, fresh fish and seafood, all served with a New Orleans flair. Take the historic foundation of Creole Louisiana style cuisine, combine it with fresh local ingredients to create the most delectable flavour combinations, and that is what you find at Big Easy's--great food, wine, and service in a relaxed warm environment.
46 By Ward Market Sq, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 789-6221
Our downtown fish market is a staple on the Byward Market as we have been here for over 140 years! We offer an extensive range of fish and seafood, both fresh and frozen, from all over the world! We even carry sushi-grade tuna, salmon, shrimp, crab and more!
47 York St, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 241-8805
Luxe Bistro is the perfect blend of Steakhouse and French Style Bistro. The menu specializes in fresh ingredients including sustainable seafoods and organic ingredients. Our steakhouse menu ensures the most flavorful, juicy and tender steaks.
1957 Highway 148, Masson-Angers,
(819) 986-7013
Located 20 minutes from Parliament Hill, our 525 seat restuarant offers delicious food & great entertainment. First place winner of the tourist attraction award for 2 consecutive years, the restaurant continues to attract and entertain 60,000 clients annually.
54 York St, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 800-5953

Ottawa's first and still most popular fresh fish restaurant has proudly been serving Ottawa locals and global travellers since 1979. Our Canadian Maritime themed restaurant features fresh Nova Scotia lobster, Alaskan crab legs, salt water shrimp, deep sea Scallops, PEI mussels and the best assortment of Fresh Fish available anywhere.

1480 Merivale Rd, Nepean, Ontario
613-723-2476
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Latest Reviews
Love it
I love what they did with the place. Great food, Great beer and a perfect place to meet up with friends
Louis, February 29, 12
Not great
Attended last night. The server was good and the place looked nice. They even offered gluten free pasta which is a bonus. Their menu looks good. But only on paper. The Pasta was slightly over aldente and borderline crunchy. The steak was awful and the steak pasta was bad also. The saving grace were the scallop and antipasto apps. Overall not better than a 3/5. Their mains need a lot of work.
John, February 26, 12
Not what it used to be
Attended Hy's like I usually do for special occasions and this time I noticed that it wasn't what I remembered it. The service was not up to par with prior visits and nor was the food quality. I didn't feel like I got my money's worth.
Pat, February 13, 12
Great Place. Needs a few tweaks
The food was great. We shared the trio of meats and 3 sides for 29.99 and had a few Jack Daniel's to start. I HIGHLY recommend the Honey Jack with Diet Coke. Food and Service were all perfect. It was fairly cold in the restaurant and our table was in the walkway. Seems like they are squishing in tables. If you can sit on the inside of the walkway if not you might get bumped and... distracted from your evening. All in all Amazing food you have to try it. Love all the Sauces. great Gluten free options.
Jamie, January 22, 12
Great Wine Flights but
Great selection of wine flights. But the Cheese plate is stale and old. They haven't changed it in years. Same regular boring cheeses. How about bringing in something new, charge more. But something new. No one wants to spend 12-19 bucks for cheese they get at home.
Karim, November 21, 11
 
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