Chef/owner Marc Miron offers "freshly prepared meals to go, one-night cooking classes, and a full line of sauces, dips and condiments to accompany and complement your meals." In addition, Cuisine & Passion sells "fine groceries such as artisan pasta, extra virgin olive oils, and locally made chocolate truffles and breads."

They also carry chinaware and are "the exclusive Ottawa-area authorized dealer of Viking culinary and countertop products."

- Excerpts from Cuisine & Passion website, 2009

2297 St. Joseph Blvd.
Orléans, ON K1C 1E7
Tel.: 613-845-1090
Fax: 613.845.1091

Summer hours:
Monday to Friday: 10-6
Saturday: 10-5

Foods from Cuisine and Passion


2012 Dec 27
I took a few cooking classes and bought many of his dishes. Great cuisine and the dishes are also very good. Not cheap but on the other hand you are getting more than your value if compared to a good restaurant. Best option -- take the cooking classes and you get to eat what you learn to cook. Great Birthday gifts.

The chef is a bit arrogant but in a good way. He really knows how to cook.

2012 Jun 15
I took a class on how to BBQ with them and really enjoyed. I found Marc Miron to be very knowledgeable and very easy going. I am not out in Orleans much and for that reason I never knew about this place. The store had a lot of great products - ranging from oils, to balsmic reductions to fresh food to go that looked incredible. I did not by the Ice Syrup last night (I did buy the balsamic glaze), but I tried it during the class.... I will be back to pick up that syrup and plan on becoming a regualr customer!

A great class and a great foodie store!

2011 Jan 12
I came by here yesterday to pick up a few tings for a friend coming home with a baby. There was a nice selection of things that really differ from prepared meals you would find in a grocery store so it was really nice to see something like this in Orleans - a culinary wasteland.

In addition to what I got for my friend, I got myself some goat cheese gnocchi (was good but didn't really taste the goat cheese), a half baguette (rosemary/garlic) from Art-Is-In and Pascale's salted caramel ice cream. I could easily spend hundreds of dollars here.

2009 Oct 25
I have been a loyal customer for more than a year now and have yet to bring home a disappointing dish. No surprise, given the chef, Marc Miron, has run the kitchens of some of the best restaurants in the world--he spent 20 years with the Four Seasons Resorts in places like Bali (Indonesia), Sydney (Australia), Nevis (West Indies), Vancouver and Montreal. Really nice couple, too. His wife, Chantal, runs the pastry side of things.

His showcase menu (12-15 items?) changes completely each week so there is always something new to try. From braised short ribs in pomegranite jus and lentil and chorizo salad with balsamic dressing to pork loin picatta and veal involtini with artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes and goat cheese, there is something for every palate.

If I sound like a raving fan, I won't deny it. :-)