Perfect prix fixe menus at Edmonton restaurants

Prix fixe. Table d'hôte. Tasting menu. These all essentially mean the same thing, that you’ll be enjoying a multi-course, seasonal meal. While the tasting menu is often a surprise based on the chef’s daily creations using local and in-season ingredients, the prix fixe or table d'hôte usually consists of the patrons selecting from a pre-determined menu with choices for each course.

Sawmill Prime Rib & Steak House

1
5505 101st Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6A 0G7

This place offers different table d'hôte menus each day, served with soup or salad and dessert. Tuesday is all steaks, all the time; choose from any of the steak entrées and you’ll enjoy a “steak enhancement,” like seafood Neptune crown, Danny Viloski Cadillac (definitely try this one!) and different sauces. Thursdays offer steak and seafood combo nights, where you can choose a steak or chicken entrée.

RGE RD

2
10643 123 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1P3

The RGE RD Trip is also a chef’s multi-course tasting menu “where anything goes,” as they say. You can even include beverage pairings for an additional charge, which is always a nice touch to the culinary experience. This is a great way to sample the chef’s use of whole animal cooking – nothing gets wasted, and it all tastes incredible.

La Boheme Restaurant-Bed & Breakfast

3
6427 112 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5W 0N9

The prix fixe menu changes sporadically, so it’s always great to go back every once in a while to try the newest dishes being prepared. Your menu includes soup and choice of salad (the Moroccan salad is divine), followed by a little sorbet to freshen up your taste buds for what’s about to come. Then, you’ll get your choice of entrée and, of course, your pick of dessert.

Manor Casual Bistro

4
10109 125 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1S7

With three choices, these five-course meals will surely satisfy. Start with soup and salad, followed by an trou Normand, in the form of sorbet. Then choose from one of three meat entrées. Finally, end with a delectable dessert.

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