Ottawa Magazine - 101 Tastes Issue (p.40)

The must-eat list you cannot resist.

68. Sanguiccio's Tuna Sandwich
Through an astute writer at the
Ottawa Citizen, we first heard of Sanguiccio. Out IT guy then told us of the caffe's brilliant tuna sammie. And we wondered -- what could be so special about a lowly offering like this? Well, think again. First off, Italian tuna. No Mayonnaise -- rather, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Additions such as green and red peppers, olives, onions, or radicchio, depending: as owner Genio Ienzi says, "If I have'em, I do. If I don't, I don't." (A non-formulaic formula that's led to many an invention.) Then all is piled into a roasted garlic and rosemary ciabatta made to Ienzi's specs just down Preston at Little Italy Bakery. On the side, a little tomato salad, nicely dressed. Really, nothing better. $8.95.