This weekend, I had lunch at Murray Street, Ottawa's first charcuterie bar. Charcuterie, as defined in wiki, is the branch of cooking devoted to prepared meat products. This restaurant first opened its doors back in June, and was started by former Social executive chef and general manager, Steve Mitton and Paddy Whelan.
I had the Pine River 7 year cheddar with elk salami and smoked ostrich, and Beebs had the pepato fresca goat cheese with elk salami and smoked duck breast. We both decided on the multi-grain bread.