Tags: Grocery · Kanata · Kitchenware
Half the store is full of kitchen gadgets & supplies, the other half has specialist/artisan type foods.
Sister store to Serious Cheese one block further down.

Cheese at Grace in the Kitchen & Serious Cheese
Croissants at Grace in the Kitchen & Serious Cheese
Grace in the Kitchen & Serious Cheese
Foods from Grace in the Kitchen & Serious Cheese
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2009 Dec 15
This store has been mentioned in forum posts many times, but surprisingly didn't have it's own entry ... so here it is.

This is my 'go to' store to pick up hard to find / fancy ingredients such as
Art-is-in bread
Maldon Sea Salt
High end oils & vinegars.

Also a very good selection of kitchen gadgets etc.

Ratty.

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2013 Mar 1
I bought "Serious truffle brie triple cream" today.
This cheese is so good!!!
Cow's milk, right amount of salt, hint of truffle, creamy and it melts in your mouth but not heavy at all. This is store's original cheese. I will use this for my macaron!!

2011 Dec 13
Wife got me a gift card and I finally got a chance to wander in. I found their cheese selection to be excellent and unique (compared to say farmboy). They had a number of cheeses from Neil's Yard, which I have not seen in Ottawa before. I bought some stinking bishop as well as a smoked blue cheese. I sampled a number of others - the cheese guy there was very nice and helpful. Fantastic addition to Kanata - really sucks for my wallet.




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2010 Jan 6
I've gotten fresh vanilla beans there (3 different varieties the last time I was in). They have a great selection of salsas and hot sauces too.





2011 Nov 3
Q-Tonic is available here! $2.99 per bottle.





2012 Feb 17
The croissants here are baked from frozen and are pretty good -- light, moist, chewy, fairly flaky. Not quite Art Is In Bakery or Bread & Sons Bakery good, but certainly better than you find in most bakeries. The one in this photo was $2 at the coffee counter.

The really cool thing is that they are also available for purchase in their frozen state (product of France). This means you can bake them at home for an extra special morning meal without having to first drag yourself to a bakery at an ungodly hour! And they have chocolatines too.