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Cuisine type

  • French,
  • Scandinavian,

Features

  • Free Wifi,
  • Free Parking,
  • Extensive Wine List,
  • Award Winning,
  • Events,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Canadian,
  • Farm To Table,
  • Scandinavian,
  • French,
  • High Tea,
  • Seasonal,
    • Regionally Sourced,
    • Brunch,
    • Dinner,
    • Cocktails,
    • Meat,
  • more...
  • less...

Specialties

  • Wine,
  • Cocktails, Martini,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
10932 119 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3P5
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Meet the owner

After working at Duchess Bake Shop for five years, Kelsey Johnson was ready to open a restaurant of her own. The self-taught chef spent years refining her skills as a cook, butcher and restauranteur. So when the opportunity arose, she opened Café Linnea as the sister operation to Duchess. “I loved the owners of Duchess Bake Shop so I knew I wanted to combine the two and open up a place of my own,” Kelsey says. “I approached them a couple of years ago with the idea and they agreed.”

Café Linnea opened July 4, 2016 as a farm-to-table restaurant and merger of Kelsey’s own Scandinavian-French background. The menu stars seasonal, locally sourced ingredients prepared with French techniques and Scandinavian influence. “It’s the marriage of the two,” Kelsey explains. “My background is French and Scandinavian – that’s my parents’ two sides. So growing up eating their food in the community I grew up in influenced everything that I do here.”

Kelsey grew up in a Scandinavian community near Pigeon Lake and has been around farms her entire life. She developed a passion for homegrown ingredients like the vegetables from her grandma’s garden and has been partial to local produce ever since. “When I was younger my grandmother always had a garden and it was where the best food came from. You’d pull up a carrot with a bit of dirt and that’s what makes it taste so good,” she says. “I wanted that to be the main focus and I wanted the local farmers and local produce to really speak for what we were doing.”

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If you’re looking for absolutely delicious food with great service, this is the place!

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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