Delightfully delectable grilled cheeses in Edmonton

Is there anything better than a good grilled cheese sandwich? These days, there are loads of variations and twists on the old classic. Regardless of how you like it done, it all boils down to bread and ooey gooey melted cheese.

Harts Table & Bar Ltd

14229 23 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6R 3E7

) With two variations on the menu, the choice is yours. First up is the “Big Ass Grilled Cheese.” Three kinds of cheese, bacon jam (seriously!), jalapeño cheddar bread and red pepper ketchup. Second, the ‘ooh la la’ version, the French “Croque Monsieur,” which has ham, Dijon, Gruyère cheese and béchamel sauce. If you’ve never had it, you should.

Delux Burger Bar

9682 142 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 4B2

You don’t have to be a vegetarian to like this sandwich. Fontina cheese, jalapeño havarti and old cheddar tie in nicely with the fresh tomatoes on sourdough bread. But hey, if you need meat, add grilled chicken or buttered lobster.

The Next Act Pub & Grill

8224 104 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 4E6

They grill up your choice of an omnivore (with bacon) or herbivore (sans bacon) grilled cheese with Swiss, aged cheddar and apple slices. I mean, it doesn’t get heartier than this, folks. And if you like a little extra kick, add the jalapeño garlic mayo to dip it in.

Hudsons Canadian Tap House

10307 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 1Z9

“C’est cheese” is their cheese-filled grilled cheese sandwich. How many cheeses, you ask? Cheddar, mozza, feta (Opa!) and Canadian oka, all on a grilled sourdough bun. If tomato soup is on the menu, that’s truly the epitome of comfort food. But hey, a side of fries isn’t bad either!

Joey Restaurants

11228 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 2V2

They do it right on Jasper Ave. Lobster grilled cheese. Brie and cheddar, cocktail sauce and, of course, lobster. Melt-in-your-mouth lobster. You’ll forget you’re eating a grilled cheese when you bite into this bad boy. Plus, the fries are perfection.

Press'd Sandwich Co

29C-10200 102 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 4B7

There’s always a time when you want the good ol’ fashioned grilled cheese, but you’re “pressed” for time. With a few locations around the city, their spicy grilled cheese sammy hits the spot every time. It has Provolone, cheddar and jalapeño jack cheeses with bacon and jalapeño for that kick.

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