Tags: Bar · ByWard Market
This tapas bar offers small plates and wines located in the Great Hall at the National Gallery of Canada.

The menu is posted on the Gourmet Cuisine website which is not affiliated with the Gallery but there is a pdf of the menu so diners can see what is on offer: gourmetcuisineottawa.com

Foods from 7 Tapas Bar (National Gallery of Canada)

Comments

Sep 4
Last Sunday I spent a day at the National Gallery and decided to have lunch at the tapas bar in the Great Hall. I have eaten at the cafeteria before and have long wished that the gallery would change caterers since the food there is less than impressive. I checked the tapas bar menu on a previous visit and the food looked quite tasty. When I ate there last Sunday I chose a charcuterie board and it came with sliced ham, salami, prociutto, a terrine, hot mustard, and some gherkins. The quality of meats is very good and I felt I got a generous portion of food. I hope to tie in another visit soon so I can try the cheese board. On a minor note I wish they would offer a larger selection of beers since they only have two of them listed on the wine list. I am really glad the Gallery opened this tapas bar since the cafeteria food is horrible and they are losing customers to the market.