Since my fa mily lives in the Glebe area of Canada’s capital, we frequent shoppers along Banks Street, the mains street for of all of the shops in this area. During one of our trips to Bank Street, we got a little hungry, and were trying to figure out where we should eat. That was when we decided to go to this chip wagon that we had seen on previous stops to the area. It was the Country Cookhouse. It is located in the parking lot of Kunstadt Sports at 680 Bank Street. We were attracted to this chip wagon because of the seating they made available for their patrons. Look at it! It’s so original and awesome! I had to take a few pics of this place!
Here is a front shot of the wagon. I loved everything I saw about this place! It takes you away from the hustle and bustle of Bank Street, and places you, for a moment, into a cozy, woodsy fun cabin-like area.
The Country Cookhouse also has a great menu! Besides serving the usual fare of other chip trucks in Ottawa, they also serve cole slaw, spicy beef chili, potato salad, mac & cheese, along with various warm sandwiches!
Here’s our meal! We all got hot dogs, French fries and pop. We sat down on one of the tables and ate our lunch hungrily. It looked as though it was going to rain soon, so we wanted to get something we could eat quickly before we got rained on. The Hot Dog was delish, the fries were thick and scrumptious. My drink washed it down perfectly!
Here are some things to note about the Country Cookhouse:
Price: $ – Not Bad!
French Fries – ; Hot Dog – ; Drink – . Their sides (cole slaw, mac n cheese, spicy beef chili, potato salad) are $4. Their warm sandwiches cost $7.
Location: Easy to get to.
The Country Cookhouse is right on Bank Street, so it is really to find for a quick snack.
So if you are looking for a place to get a quick bite while in the Glebe, then check out the Country Cookhouse for some great food!
You can connect with the Country Cookhouse on Facebook and Twitter.
Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way by the Country Cookhouse for this post. I really wanted to share a great spot to check out in Canada’s Capital.