OTTAWA — Germain Lodges has re-opened Jackson Café, situated throughout the Ottawa Artwork Gallery. Moreover, the corporate has welcomed chef Che Chartrand as the chief chef for Norca Restaurant & Bar and Jackson Café.
Germain Lodges is strengthening its partnership with the Ottawa Artwork Gallery by taking up the administration of Jackson Café, which had been closed for greater than three years. Whether or not it’s for breakfast, lunch or only a break, the café showcases chosen coffees from Saint-Henri Mirco-Torréfacteurs and pastries from Maison Oddo. It additionally provides quite a lot of sandwiches and salads which might be skillfully ready within the kitchens of Norca Restaurant.
“That is a rare alternative to supply our visitors one other option to expertise German Lodges’ hospitality,” says Jacques-Alexandre Paquet, GM of Le Germain Lodge Ottawa.
“As we constructed the Ottawa Artwork Gallery, we bought to know the Germain household, who personal and function the resort subsequent to us and over the previous 5 years, we’ve been impressed by their dedication to high quality and distinctive hospitality. In addition they have a eager curiosity in nurturing Canadian arts and tradition, which makes them the right companion for our café, which is known as after the famed Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson, who lived and labored in Ottawa and whose work and sketches you’ll find in our Firestone Gallery,” says Alexandra Badzak, director and CEO, Ottawa Artwork Gallery.
Moreover, chef Chartrand started his profession on the Les Fougères, Beckta and Gazellig eating places. Subsequently, he served as the chief chef on the Wakefield Mill and Spa for a number of years. Extra just lately, he held the place of personal government chef to the Prime Minister of Canada for 4 years. Lastly, chef Chartrand was accountable for all catering for the official broadcasters and media teams through the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
“We’re assured that together with his spectacular background, chef Che will allow us to supply our visitors some of the distinctive culinary experiences in Ottawa,” says Paquet.