Tags: French · Italian
Chestnuts cooked and glazed in sugar syrup, used in desserts and delicious on their own.

Where to get Marron GlacÚ
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2013 Dec 29
Also La Bottega Nicastro in the ByWard Market. Plus pretty much any gourmet shop in the ByWard Market that carries European delicacies.


2013 Feb 8
Nicastro's on Merivale is where I get mine. They have several different tin sizes (and a couple of different brands the last time I went). At the back.

2013 Feb 8
Pretty sure I have seen these at Nicastro's in the Market and at Grace in the Kitchen in Kanata. You might also check at the Bagel Shoppe on Wellington.

2013 Feb 7
Thank you so much! I will put on my detective hat and call these places!

2013 Feb 6
There is a new store that just opened in Westboro and the majority of itmes they carry are imported from France. I can't recall the name but it is on Richmond Road near Golden on the north side in a condo building. Sorry I can't be more specific. I think the name of the building is Station something or other. There is also, or used to be, a French import store in the market. You might also try Grace in the Kitchen in Kanata. They often have some of the more unusual items.

2013 Feb 6
Don't know about Ottawa in particular but was visiting university friends in TO this weekend. My friend wanted to check out Winners and I tagged along saw some Marron Glace there along with the nice almond crunch from Mrs May's I had in Vancouver.

2013 Feb 6
Does anyone know where to find some in Ottawa?