Edmonton’s winter months can get a little chilly - there’s no doubt about it and definitely no way around it. Embrace the cold with a hot bowl of noodle soup, a staple food group for local food blogger Cindy Nguyen (Let’s Om Nom). Slurp your way around Edmonton with some of her favourite bowls.
Hummus, a blend of chickpeas and tahini, is an iconic Mediterranean dish that pretty much everyone needs to experience. It’s almost always paired with fresh pita bread and explosive flavour. So, if you want to find a literal slice of the Mediterranean but can’t escape the city, make your way to any of the places on this list and let your taste buds take their dream vacation. [Image credit: iStock.com/Anna Pustynnikova]
Edmonton is home to an eclectic mix of independent and chain restaurants, with more new spots opening monthly. So far, 2016 has seen many popular chefs strike out on their own with a signature restaurant, as well as a surge in popularity for ramen and Korean cuisine. These are all the fresh restaurants I'm looking forward to trying in 2016. [Image credit: iStock.com/billnoll]
When you’re on a restricted diet, it’s not always easy to find a place to eat out or grab goodies. Luckily, Edmonton has a lot to offer to those seeking great food that fits a variety of diets: vegan (egg and dairy free), vegetarian, ketogenic (high fat, low carb, no sugar), paleo (high fat, low carb, no dairy), diabetic (low sugar) or gluten free.
From fast food Mexican joints to tequila bars, Edmonton has a nice little variety of south-of-the-border restaurants. Margaritas, tacos, flautas, chimichangas and more offer your taste buds something unlike anything else in Alberta.
Sherwood Park is a growing community with a variety of fantastic restaurants and thriving businesses. These are my picks for the Top 10 places to enjoy a bite to eat in the Park.
Sandwiches: savoury, succulent, scrumptiousness held together with the best of breads and buns – a good sandwich is incomparable, immeasurable and invaluable. A gourmet sandwich is so much more than mom’s PB&J or a quick baloney and cheese; it’s a beacon of comfort and contentedness. Edmonton has some stellar sandwich offerings –you just need to know where to look.
Edmonton Downtown Dining Week takes place from March 10 to 19, 2017 at a variety of fantastic restaurants. For 10 days only, sample multi-course meals at some of downtown’s best restaurants for jaw-dropping prices. Take some time out of your busy schedule to indulge in a special lunch for only $15 at one of these spots.
Nothing says North America more than a good old classic burger. There are so many different varieties that you can choose from and definitely a lot of options when it comes to eating out. It can be bit daunting to choose a good burger place but these are my favourite places to grab a casual burger or sandwich!
While women are frequently the ones cooking at home, more often than not, restaurant kitchens are run by men. In honour of International Women’s Day, we’re putting the spotlight on women-led kitchens. Some of Edmonton’s best restaurants feature the culinary expertise of female executive chefs. [Feature photo: Kathryn Joel of Get Cooking]
There’s something about a good lasagna that’s so comforting: Saucy, cheesy, goodness layered between hearty, tender noodles and then baked so it perfectly browns that top layer of delicious mozzarella. The delectable textures, the savoury sauce, the way it warms you up from the inside out – lasagna is definitely comfort food.
People often focus on dining in downtown Edmonton or close to the city’s busier districts, like Whyte Avenue and 124 Street. However, there are plenty of great restaurants farther south. If you work or live on the south side, you don’t need to venture very far to devour a fantastic lunch at these spots.
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