Eat and drink your way through Edmonton’s 124 Street

Westmount’s 124th street has grown significantly over the past few years and now boasts plenty of options for food and drink. Explore this fantastic area and take in all it has to offer!

Canteen

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10522 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1R9

Canteen is a new addition to 124th street and it’s a great place for brunch. The chefs put a unique spin on each dish and every visit is a good experience. If you’re looking for a sweet dish, try the Dutch baby pancake. The chicken and waffles and huevos canteenos are also great choices.

Frida Antojitos Mexicanos

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12411 Stony Plain Rd Nw, Edmonton, AB T5N 3N3

Tea Girl is warm and welcoming, and definitely serves up your favourite tea. Their shelves are stocked with tins of loose tea and tea accessories, and occasionally you can browse locally-made knitting or art for sale in the store. Try the matcha latte – it’s my favourite way to get a caffeine boost.

Remedy Cafe

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10310 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1R2

Let the scent of Chai spice lure you into Remedy Café. This Chai bar sells casual, light meals, more than 70 kinds of beer, desserts and, of course, Chai lattes. The food is delicious and the Chai lattes are customizable – get them half sweet or unsweetened, with 1 per cent, 3 per cent, almond or soy milk.

Duchess Bake Shop

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10720 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5M 0H1

Duchess Bake Shop is a popular bakery and café on 124 Street, and for good reason. The pastry chefs create classic French desserts, as well as traditional favourites you’d find fresh out of grandma’s oven. So order a pastry and a coffee and enjoy every bite in this bustling café.

Manor Casual Bistro

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10109 125 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1S7

Located inside a house, Manor Casual Bistro is a trendy spot for a business lunch, dinner, date or drinks. The pork tenderloin with a wild mushroom risotto is a delicious option. The atmosphere, service and food are all excellent.

Numchok Wilai Restaurant

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10623 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1S5

Some say Numchok Wilai serves the best Thai food in Edmonton. Enjoy bold Thai flavours when you order the red or green curry, with a side of sweet coconut rice. The curry dishes have a warm heat and are served with bamboo shoots and bell peppers.

When looking for a light, fresh meal that won’t ruin your hard work in the gym, Japanese restaurants are the place to be! Enjoy melt-in-your-mouth fish, tender rice and green tea to complement your meal.
Accessibility isn’t a problem for these Edmonton restaurants and farmers’ markets, making them a great place to socialize, share a meal or go shopping.
If you’ve ever struggled for something to do on the weekend and you enjoy exploring Edmonton’s arts and culture scene, look no further!
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