Monday, May 31, 2010

Jak's Kitchen - Photo Anthology



Jak's Kitchen is located at 479 Bronson Avenue just north of the Queensway on the east side of the road.


Specials posted on blackboard, both inside and out.


Celebrating with 1/2 marathon runner following race in National Capital Race Weekend.


Inside seats about 24. Cozy! Outside patio maybe 12 - 16.


Everyone has a vantage point to see the good work being done in the open kitchen.


Basil Pesto, Mushrooms, Green Onions & Brie Omelette Special with Home Fries, Kitchen Greens and Toasted Molasses-Oat Bread.


Gruyère, Capicoli Ham, Roasted Red Peppers, Caramelized Onions, Omelette with Home Fries, Fresh Fruit, and Toasted Molasses-Oat Bread.



Oven Roasted Tomato, Scallion & Jalapeno Quiche Special with Kitchen Greens.


The Standard - Two Eggs (easy over) with Home Fries, Sausage and Toasted Molasses-Oat Bread.



Great Jamaican spice sauce.


Nice washroom!


Nice washroom art!

I finally got to Jak's Kitchen thanks to Rachelle Eats Food.

The real standouts were the toasted molasses-oat bread, homemade jam and the salad. The bread was addicting with that lovely hint of cinnamon. (They will sell a loaf for $5.) It set so well with the homemade strawberry jam. The salads were really fresh and the dressing just perfect for brunch - not too showy, light, but flavourful. There was also a big rave on the quiche special.

Attentive service and hopping kitchen. They were so busy with the post race crowd. We ate close to 2:00 pm. Our only wish was for less brown on the omelettes and in the rush, the dishes had somehow cooled a bit too much.

Looking forward to returning!

Jak's Kitchen
479 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
613.230.2088
www.jakskitchen.com

BREAKFAST & LUNCH
Tues - Fri: 8 am to 3 pm

DINNER
Tues - Sun: 5 pm to close

BRUNCH
Sat & Sun: 8:30 am to 3 pm


Jak's Kitchen on Urbanspoon

6 comments:

  1. I love that they serve molasses-oat bread - that's one of our staple bread recipes at home! http://www.apronstrings.ca/2007/11/bread-maker-brown-bread/

    Maybe I should start selling mine too. : )

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  2. If it tastes as good, you will make a fortune! They respectfully gave me one slice with my omelette but I could have easily had more.

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  3. mmm congrats Amanada!! , and mmmm Molasses bread...Molasses are a rarity in Hungary....

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  4. Yes, she ran a great race didn't she. It was our pleasure to treat the hungry runner. You need to start a list of things for her to bring to you in the summer - like molasses!

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  5. I wish now that I had gotten molasses bread with my quiche. Oh well, I guess I'll have to go back to try it :) Thanks Jess! It was a very good day all around.

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  6. nice photos! the food looks delicious. mouthwatering!

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