Hand cut zucchini, breaded served with garlic aioli
Smelts pan fried with onions and our pepperoncino infused olive oil
Lightly dusted served with cocktail sauce and garlic aioli
Large tiger shrimp sauteed with green onions in a vodka cream sauce
Grilled calamari with cherry tomatoes, black olives, arugula and a balsamic vinaigrette
Mussels, in white wine garlic or tomato sauce
Crostini with diced tomatoes, basil, garlic and extra virgin olive oil
Buffalo mozzarella, prosciutto, assorted cold cuts, pickled eggplants, black olive tapenade and olives served
with crostini ~ serves two
Italian sausage sauteed with red peppers,mushrooms, black olives and onions in a balsamic tomato sauce
Mammas home made meatballs in tomato sauce topped with our ricotta mousse
Smoked salmon, lemon zest, goat cheese and capers on crostini bread
Grilled lamb skewers with sea salt and lemon 1
Romaine, house made croutons, prosciutto crisp and parmigiano with our homemade dressing
Mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, red onion, artichoke with our house made balsamic
Arugula, shaved parmigiano, prosciutto crisp, walnuts and house made balsamic vinaigrette
Roasted sliced beets, arugula, goat cheese, cherry tomato and walnuts in a honey Dijon balsamic
Fresh tomato, buffalo mozzarella and basil drizzled with olive oil and a balsamic reduction
Italian sausage, green onion and cherry tomatoes in a ricotta basil pesto
Tagliatelle Dello Chef
Grilled chicken, sun dried tomato, mushrooms and onions in pesto cream sauce
ancetta, onion, egg, parmigiano touch of cream
Creamy parmigiano cream sauce
Sauteed fresh vegetables, garlic, cherry tomato and extra virgin olive oil
Butternut squash filled , brown butter, sage, prosciutto and truffle oil
Traditional homemade potato dumplings in tomato basil or tomato cream sauce
Layered homemade pasta, meat sauce bechamel and mozzarella
Tomato sauce and mammas homemade meatballs
Sauteed tiger shrimp in a Vodka tomato cream sauce
Smoked salmon, capers and lemon cream sauce topped with arugula and goat cheese
Diced tomatoes, basil, clams white wine garlic
Tiger shrimp, mussels, scallops, baby shrimp and squid in a white wine garlic or white wine tomato sauce
Breaded veal cutlet topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella served with penne tomato
Chicken scallopini with shaved almonds in a mushroom amaretto demi glace
Veal stuffed with prosciutto, shrimp, and goat cheese in a brandy mushroom cream sauce
Pollo Alla Romana
Lightly breaded chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto cotto and cheese with a roasted red pepper white wine cream sauce
Vitello A Piacere
Veal scallopini your way: Lemon, white wine and capers OR Marsala mushroom sauce
Pollo Ai Ferri
Marinated and grilled chicken breast with salsa verd
Salmone Alla Griglia
Fresh grilled salmon with a Dijon lemon cream sauce
Grilled AAA certified Angus 10oz rib eye
Zuppa Di Pesce
Fresh fish, mussels, scallops, tiger shrimp, squid and baby shrimp simmered in a white wine tomato broth served with crostini
Baby tenderloin, sausage and arrosticini with penne arrabiata
Veal scaloppini with scallops white wine tomato garlic
Grilled full rack of lamb served with a red wine Dijon reduction
Diced tomatoes, garlic, basil e.v.o.o
Lightly dusted cocktail sauce
Hand cut, breaded garlic aioli
Smoked salmon, crème fraiche,
Mammas meatballs, tomato sauce,
Narrow cut fingerling potatoes,
sage rosemary truffle oil
Add grilled chicken $5 Add 5 large grilled shrimp
House made croutons, prosciutto crisp, and parm crisp house dressing
Spring mix, artichokes, red onion, cherry tomato house vinaigrette
Shaved parm, toasted walnuts, prosciutto crisp house vinaigrette
Garlic roasted sliced beets, arugula, goat cheese, walnuts honey dijon
Grilled Chicken Caesar
Caprese Salad Bocconcini cheese, tomato, basil e.v.o.o & balsamic reduction
Served with house salad on Italian Panini
Grilled chicken, roasted red pepper, sundried tomato, pesto provolone
Breaded cutlet, mozzarella
tomato sauce, arugula
Thin cut rib steak, sautéed onions
& mushrooms au jus
Caprese Panino Bocconcini cheese, tomato, basil, pesto
Grilled Italian sausage, onions,
Mammas meatballs, melted
mozzarella, tomato sauce
Daily Special Please ask your server
Spicy tomato sauce onion
Cream sauce & parm
rilled chicken, sundried tomato, mushroom onion pesto cream
Italian sausage, green onion,
cherry tomato ricotta pesto
Served with house salad
Veal scaloppini lemon
white wine capers
Pollo Marsala Chicken scaloppini marsala mushroom
Salmone Griglia Grilled salmon honey dijon cream sauce
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Great food, great atmosphere, great staff. Great value. The Steak and salad dressing is to die for. I really like the kitchen viewing concept! Recommend you make reservation.
An interesting restaurant. Sort of a pick and mix of experiences - very inconsistent to say the least. Slightly above average at it's best (this will occur >10% of the time), disappointing/regrettable at it's worst (90%). Atmosphere is fine. Nice looking place (nothing immaculate). Dimly lit, nicely organized, almost romantic, not quite. Service is very polarized. There are a couple fantastic waitresses who actually may make the experience a positive one. Most are clueless however. Can't mix simple martinis, scotch put in a desert glass, argue, impolite, etc. Wine selection is fine. Couple of the Amarones are delicious, would have liked to see a Brunello. Food food food. Fresh bread comes complimentary with the meal, sometimes is burnt. Pasta isn't fresh. Would like to see some olive oil used instead of grease. Pizzas aren't bad, chicken on the pizza is dry. Calamari is just plain bad. No lasagna on the menu? Soup of the day tastes re-heated, not fresh. Food is just in general lacking the passion it used to have. If you go, good-luck. You could have a good experience, but it's not likely.
This place is very pricey for what you get, the food is not great I certainly don't think that it was worth the money that we paid. Pasta was not fresh and the service was only mediocre.
We decided to try this restaurant again as we understood that it had been taken over by new managment but it was really disappointing. The food was not good, it's hard to do good Italian and this one did not get it right. The service was terrible, we complained about our food and were basically told that they didn't see anything wrong with it. Won't go back again.
I have been to this restaurant resently , I was a little surprised for Italian menu , there was no Lasagna on the menu. i will state the they do try but the homemade noodles are a little bit too doughy and lumpy , sauce on my seafood fettucini was dry and not much in way of seafood , one scallop and two shimp and bits of crab.
ick! I really expected some 'real' Italian down home cooking and it was a greasy, doughy, tasteless mess of many things on their menu - been back three times now (duh!) and not sure if I'll continue to punish myself. I just don't get it when restaurants serve up slop with no taste - sorry but it's true in this case. Recommendation: Forget the GREASE and start using OLIVE OIL.
Let me start off by saying I have never had a bad restaurant experience ever. I love food and dining out is a source of great joy to me. That is until I set foot in Paesano. The restaurant has a nice enough decor, lots of parking, and is in a cute suburb of Ottawa. My fiancee and I had a nice, efficient waiter and the bread tasted very good....but from there in it was positively awful. We started with the crab cakes. They were far too hot to eat and we had to let them cool for 5 minutes before we could even attempt eating them...and I wish I hadn't. They tasted like pure pepper with a hint of curry. It was positively awful. I could only eat half of one and my fiancee finished 2 just so we didn't insult the restaurant (she's very polite). Our entrees were then served and my disapointment increased. I had the linguine with prosciutto and portebello mushroom in a parmesean cream sauce. The cream sauce was bascially butter and I know from experience as I didn't like tomato sauce growing up so I would put margerine on spaghetti. It tasted just like that. If the prosciutto was real they sure fooled me because it had the exact taste and texture of bacon. I ate about half of it before the sheer boredom of it combined with the heavy oiliness of the "parmesean" sauce forced me to give up. My fiancee had it even worse. The veal scalopini was pathetic and by far the biggest disappointment of the night. We were expecting veal medallions but instead, sitting on my finacee's plate was veal schnitzel. That's right, veal pounded flat and breaded. It doesn't end there however, the veal was covered in a sauce that made the whole concoction taste like oily peanut butter cookies. I can not make this stuff up. My fiancee and I had to chew on antacid tablets to get the taste out of our mouths (as I tried it...I didn't believe it tasted like peanut butter cookies). The garlic mash, a joke. They were basically fried potatos on a bed of fried garlic. When my fiancee lifted the scoop of mash potatos (which looked a lot like an ice cream scoop) we saw several cloves of fried garlic. THAT's garlic mash to them I guess. Luckily we had a $50 gift certificate, otherwise I would have demanded a free meal....however, my fiancee not wanting to make a fuss stopped me from complaining/asking why they thought this poor level of food was acceptable. I'm sorry, but at 15-20 dollars a plate for pasta and 20-25 dollars a plate for entrees I expect good food. Even with the $50 gift certificate it still cost us $35 (I gave the waiter a good tip as he was quite good). $85 for food we choked down to look polite. Thank you Paesano for giving me my first awful restaurant experience. DO NOT GO!
Have been to Paesano on two occasions, and both times have been pleased with the service, atmosphere and food quality. On this latest visit, the food was excellent, exceeding even our previous visit. We were pleased to see the same chef as the last time, who is obviously a favourite with the regulars. The server was good, a little inexperienced but capable. Overall very happy and will return soon!!
This was our first visit and last. High end prices for less than average food. On the anitpasto plate the 3 garlic shrimp were terrible, with way toooo much garlic, unedible. The parmesan cheese was too hard and bland, the plate was very over priced for the portions. The steak was ok, thankfully, though the fries were soggy, with a bucket of mayo and no veggies for $29.00. The veal was very odd, the sauce was ok, but I had to scrape off atleast a half cup of huge walnuts. The server was young and looked like a deer in headlights when we mentioned the shrimp, so we left without mentioning our other concerns. We are new to the area, very adventurous with food and love to try new places, so this was a big disappointment for us.
Dog Food ! This is not Italian food. The servers are all kids and inexperienced, the food was disgusting. We complained to the owner and he did nothing, Saturday night and it was 1/2 full..no wonder. We will never go back
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