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We arrived early but was able to be seated right away. The owner waited on us. She told us about the restaurant and is offerings. They cater to the date night needs of allowing you to share throughout the entire menu and will split the larger dishes. Drinks are very reasonably priced. They serve the courses much like an authentic Italian restaurant would with ample timing between to savour the flavours and converse with your date. We were treated to two truffles and dessert squares when the check came. Very good service. Great tasty food leaving you full and satisfied. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Halley’s is a sparkling fusion where nostalgic supper club and showcase theater, mingle with classic cabaret concepts of vintage eras. The ambiance is stylish and ‘speakeasy cool’; a seamless combination of timeless mixology, made-modern comfort food, and imaginative entertainment.
Socialize after work with friends, enjoy dinner and a live show by our resident performers – the Million Dollar Dreamers and house band, The Architekts – and dance into the early morning with inventive remixes by some of Edmonton’s top DJ’s.
India Grill & Bistro - The best place for East Indian Food in Edmonton and Leduc.
Let yourself treated to the culinary treasures of East Indian cuisine. Our meal is made with a special masala containing more than 30 herbs and spices which are freshly handmade by us to heighten the superior quality of our meal Spices and herbs are terms that are often used interchangeably. Herbs commonly refer to the leaves of plants. Spices usually come from other parts of plants or trees (e.g. roots, stems and seeds) that can be harvested and often dried for use in cooking, teas and traditional medicines. Examples of common herbs include: oregano, parsley, rosemary and thyme. Some commonly used spices are: ginger, cinnamon and cayenne. They can be dried and then bottled. This is the form that many of us are familiar with from our spice cabinet. When used fresh, they often have more powerful flavour and may be more likely to retain more of their health promoting properties.More
An izakaya (居酒屋) is a type of informal Japanese gastropub. The word izakaya entered the English language by 1987. It is a compound word consisting of i (to stay) and sakaya (sake shop), indicating that izakaya originated from sake shops that allowed customers to sit on the premises to drink. Izakaya were traditionally down-to-earth places where people drank sake and beer after work. LET’S GRILL is an izakaya but beyond. We will serve outstanding Japanese cuisine: sushi, sashimi, and traditional dishes such as grill, port katsu and chicken teriyaki. LET’S GRILL will also serve Sake,beer, wine, and more. Open Monday through Sunday from 11am to 3pm for lunch and from 4pm to 12pm for dinner. Let us take you to experience the finest Japanese dining in Edmonton.More
The Holy Roller, located in Edmonton’s historic Crawford Block, is a cafe and restaurant with an eclectic range of international culinary delights, vibrant murals, unusual antiques and a wall of herbs.
Our menu includes Detroit-style pizza, pintxos (shareable Basque-inspired snacks), salads, ribs, seafood, wraps, sandwiches and chocolate — complemented by unforgettable cocktails and an impeccable wine list.
The Holy Roller is Merchant Hospitality’s latest venture, joining El Cortez Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar and Have Mercy Southern Table & Bar. All three restaurants are steps away from Whyte Avenue and the Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market.More