There is something about Ufficio (office in Italian). It is not like any other Italian restaurant.
It’s purely pescatarian — dishes are purely centred on seafood and vegetables. While meat eaters may scowl, the dishes are still worth trying. Vegetarians can also enjoy the seafood-less dishes too.
Strawberry Bellini ($12) – prosecco and Ontario strawberry purée.
Gin and Tonic.
Conserva Di Tonno ($16) – poached Albacore tuna with Ontario heirloom tomatoes and pesto
Spaghetti Con Gamberi e Vongole ($27) – BC savoury clams, side stripe prawns, bottarga and chili.
Polpo Alla Griglia ($31) – grilled octopus, black chickpea ragu, pickled cherry tomatoes and Ontario arugula.
Mirtillo Cannoli ($10) – cannoli leaves layered with popcorn crema, wild blueberries and shaved caramelized white chocolate.
It’s light and you don’t leave with a heavy feeling. If you’re not feeling up to a meaty Italian meal, you have this.
1214 Dundas St. W