Wheelchair accessible restaurants in Edmonton

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.

B-Bim-Baab Restaurant & Lounge

1
9543 42 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 5R2

B-Bim-Baab is a Korean restaurant located in south east Edmonton’s industrial area. While you’re waiting for the meal to arrive, you get banchan – small side dishes of seaweed salad, bean sprouts and kimchi. For a main, I would recommend the chicken B-Bim-Baab, which comes in a sizzling hot bowl and is mixed at your table by the server. The B-Bim-Baab was delicious and incredibly filling – there was enough food for several meals.

Under The High Wheel

2
8135 102 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 4A4

Under the High Wheel is my absolute favourite breakfast and brunch spot in the city. With both sweet and savoury options, it will please any diner. I order the traditional breakfast with two eggs your way, toast (baked fresh at Bonjour Boulangerie), cranberry maple sausage and hash browns. They also have delicious Belgian waffles with Chantilly cream and berries for those who like a sweet brunch, plus plenty of other options. Be sure to order a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice.

Canteen

3
10522 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 1R9

Canteen, another great breakfast and brunch spot, is located on 124 Street. Owners Frank and Andrea Olsen source fresh, local ingredients to create unique menu items that have customers coming back again and again. I typically make a reservation, as it’s busy on weekends.

Izakaya Tomo

4
3739 99 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 6J7

Izakaya Tomo is always a top pick when I’m looking for a Japanese street food experience. I’ve tried most items on the menu and enjoy all of them, particularly the beef tataki, tuna tataki, tako yaki and a hot bowl of niku udon. Save room for dessert and try the green tea ice cream sandwich. To avoid a lineup, go later at night, as they’re open until midnight or later, depending on the day of the week.

Cafe Mosaics

5
10844 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 2B3

Café Mosaics is a vegan and vegetarian restaurant on Whyte Avenue. Inside the restaurant is cozy and welcoming. While I haven’t tried many dishes here, the one I have had is the secret burrito, which is tofu, quinoa, rice, spinach, mushrooms, Gouda cheese and their special teriyaki sauce, wrapped in a tortilla and topped with sour cream and salsa. Yum! I’m planning to go back to try some of the new items on their menu soon.

MKT Fresh Food | Beer Market

6
8101 Gateway Blvd NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 3X8

MKT offers more than 120 brands of beer, and sources fresh, local ingredients for its menu. The atmosphere is noisy and fun, and during the summer, they have a large patio where you can enjoy a beer in the sunshine. MKT is open seven days a week and also serves brunch.

Old Strathcona Farmers Market

7
10310 83 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 5C3

This farmers’ market operates on Saturdays year-round and is located just north of Whyte Avenue. Bring friends and family and shop local produce, meat, cheese, baking, artisanal crafts and much more. Check out http://osfm.ca/what-is-in-season to find out which seasonal products will be available each month and to plan your shopping list. Or, sit and enjoy a snack and coffee at Toast Kitchen, located inside the market.

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.
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!
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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