Basil Chicken Stirfry | Viphalay | 10523 99st, Edmonton
Spicy, grilled, and just a hint of sweet this stirfry of collected flavours is an experience! Pair it with coconut rice and you are in food heaven followed by a food coma afterwards.
Check out Viphalay’s official website here.
Bagel Platter | New York Bagel Cafe | 8430 Gateway Blvd, Edmonton
This is a poppyseed bagel and almond, honey, and raisin cream cheese spread here. Matched with a scoop of delicious made from scratch potato salad, veggies, alfalfa sprouts, and a perfectly toasted bagel.
Not to mention all the cream cheese spreads are made for scratch as well! The service was not timely however they were friendly, very informed, and anyway it was worth the wait.
Check out the New York Bagel Cafe’s UrbanSpoon reviews here.
Bacon Cheese Burger | Tasty Tom’s | 9965 82 Ave (Whyte Ave) Edmonton
Great home fries, pretty good burger. It was very large but I ate the whole thing in one sitting which is really rare. Fresh ingredients and timely service. And if you don’t finish the burger, almost everyone finished the fries!
Check out Tasty Tom’s UrbanSpoon reviews here.
Austrian Apple Strudel | Bistro Praha | 10117 101 St Edmonton
Very tasty, very flakey, and very much with creme on top. Dusted with powdered sugar and served large. A great ending to a large meal and lucky for me this dessert is light enough to hold down.
Visit Bistro Praha’s official website here.
Sorry about the long break/unannounced break…
Just getting through some tough times. Still been documenting the eating just haven’t gotten around to the posting.
Making attempts this week! New foods coming up asap.
From Gastroposter Enrique Cabezas:
Cocoa Latte best way to have your chocolate intake!
This is an eating appreciation post.
That Koala is pretty much me when I’m eating. lol
Lemon Mousse | Continental Treat | 10560 - 82 Ave (Whyte), Edmonton, AB
This light and airy treat is for lemon lovers. A nice palate cleansing dessert to end a meal. Served with vanilla ice cream and whip cream.
No words. Looks as good as the description and then some.
Continental Treat official website (warning, music has no stop button).
Mini Desserts | Block 1912 | 10361 82 Ave Edmonton, AB
A recent excursion to Block left myself and a friend of mine, melting in a puddle of desserts. As it turns out, Block 1912 has employed a wonderful pastry chef pushing out these little dessert tarts and cakes. Each about $4.95, each with a different taste, each worth your money.
Along with these desserts, Block offers food, gelato, and hot drinks. Visit Block, go for the food, stay for the drawer of mystery.
Check out the official Block 1912 website here.
Haddock & Chips | Sir Winston’s Fish & Chips | 10505 51 Ave, Edmonton, AB
Did you know that not every restaurant that looks like a dive IS a dive? Sir Winston’s Fish and Chips looks like a total dive from the outside but the moment you step inside, it opens up into a green and blue mash up or British collectables and friendly faces.
I could get better fish and chips, maybe at a place with more people too. I keep coming back to Winstons for a reason, service and food. The service is great, the owner usually comes out himself to greet visitors and serves food. He’s friendly, playful and courteous. The food, awesome. You can get your fish and ships by the piece, above is ONE PIECE. You can barely imagine what a two piece dinner looks like.
Sir Winston’s Fish and Chips yelp page.
Or check out my original post about Sir Winston’s here.