Edmonton places to find perfect perogies

Perogies originate from Eastern Europe and you’ll find them as a cuisine staple in most Slavic countries, including Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia. These little bundles of dough are boiled before being baked or fried with other accoutrements. Finally, they are topped with bacon and sour cream. Regardless of the variety you choose, you’ll fall in love with this comfort food.

Taste Of Ukraine

40-516 St Albert Trail, St. Albert, AB T8N 5Z1

Located in St. Albert, this authentic Ukrainian restaurant makes some tasty pyrohy (perogies). With a few varieties to choose from, we recommend the simple potato and onion or potato and cottage cheese.

Continental Treat Fine Bistro Gluten Free

10560 82 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 2A4

Influenced by Central and Eastern European cuisines, they serve up cheddar and potato perogies, as well as wild mushroom and sauerkraut perogies. Both are a treat.

Soda Jerks

17520 100 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5S 2S2

For something really different, try a perogy burger. Called ‘Baba,’ this burger boasts perogies, cheddar, sour cream, bacon, sautéed onions, bacon and sauerkraut as condiments. These Jerks also serve up a perogy appy, with $1 from each order going towards St. Michael’s Facilities. Guess they’re not such jerks, after all.


10643 123 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1P3

RGE RD changes their menu seasonally, but you’re sure to find some perogy dish on the menu. I’ve had their grizzly Gouda and potato perogy with a white onion cream and bacon bits and it’s amazing. I’ve also had their beet and potato perogy, and it’s equally amazing.

Perogy Princess

12 Godfrey, Copper Cliff, ON P0M 1N0

This seasonal mobile food truck specializes in perogies and borscht. And, this princess prepares some phenomenal perogies. For something unique, try her prairie poutine, made with perogies, cheese curds, gravy and bacon bits. For dessert, she mixes up some in-season fruit-filled perogies topped with whipped cream and sprinkles. Fun! (Note: You’ll have to follow them on Twitter for their daily whereabouts.)

Uncle Ed's Restaurant

4824 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5W 1B4

A restaurant that serves Ukrainian food is bound to make some of the best perogies in town, no? YES! With a few varieties to choose from, you kind of can’t go wrong here. Potato and sauerkraut perogies topped with bacon bits and a side of sour cream are a sure bet.

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