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2003 91 Street SW, Edmonton, AB T6X 0W8
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skcl8736
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My wife Karen and I were in tonight for the first time. I had the pork chops while Karen had ravioli both were excellent. We ate at the bar as the restaurant was full, as would be expected. It's our new, hole in the wall and we will definitely be returning. Shaun and Karen.

Atmosphere: 4/5
Food: 5/5
Service: 5/5
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Eileen C
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Our lunch was delicious, as I'd been led to expect from the reviews -- portion sizes were humane and sensible -- noise level a LITTLE too high for comfortable conversation, as is also noted by other diners; service was very good, and multiple bills were provided for a party of 15+, without the usual eye rolling experienced in some establishments. I sure would love your recipe for Tomato Jam, Mmmmmhmmm.

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missmoomoo
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I booked this place for brunch for my husband's birthday however had a disappointing experience. The place was not busy but the service was so slow. It took 15mins before our orders were taken and we were almost done eating our waffles before we got the condiments for our waffles. Not impressed especially since we were there for a special occasion.

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NicoleDarsaut
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We booked a Birthday dinner party for 15 people & The Workshop Eatery worked with us to plan an 8 course meal. Easy to plan with & good communication. Great price for a lovely tasting menu meal! Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it!!! Sarah was our waitress & she handled the large table with ease. The food was delicious! and we will definitely be back as a small table or large group again.

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