Calle Mexico

Calle Mexico started off with a food truck and they’ve now expanded their business to three locations: the first location in downtown, a spot in the WEM foodcourt, and now a restaurant space in south Edmonton, just off Whyte Ave. This locally owned restaurant serves up authentic Mexican dishes and having tried their food before, […]

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Travel with Sharon: Toronto Eats

Last summer, I visited Toronto for the first time ever and I left the city stuffed. Being such a large city, there are SO many places to check out and I really don’t think it’s possible to make it to every spot in one visit. Plus, there is always new places popping up! However, if […]

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Gyu Kaku

There’s a lot of new up and coming food options in the downtown core. If you take a look along Jasper Ave and 104 St, you’ll be right in the heart of some really great food options…one restaurant that may peak your attention is Gyu Kaku!

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Won Jung Gak (closed)

With so many new Korean restaurants opening up, I almost forgot about an old classic: Won Jung Gak. It wasn’t until one of my friends suggested we have lunch there that I remembered how great it still is! Won Jung Gak was the first Korean spot I ever visited a few years back and now […]

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Photolog: Nara Chicken & Tonkatsu

There’s only one place in Edmonton that specializes in Tonkatsu – Japanese breaded, deep-fried pork cutlets: Nara Chicken & Tonkatsu. If you guessed by their name, they also serve Korean fried chicken although I came here specifically for the tonkatsu. I originally found this place through IG and it was recommended to me by several […]

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Photolog: Menjiro Ramen

I’ve been going to Menjiro Ramen pretty often lately! Their menu and ramen bowls have significantly improved over time and their prices are super affordable (starting at $10.50). While there are some other great ramen spots in the city, I head to Menjiro Ramen because they are conveniently located and their bowls are filling and […]

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Kobachi

If you’re in the Sherwood Park area, I highly recommend stopping by Kobachiย for some Japanese cuisine! The restaurant is a smaller space but definitely a place worth checking out.ย Here’s a post to recap my first experience.

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Dagu Rice Noodle

As a noodle soup lover, it’s exciting to know there is another option to satisfy my cravings. Just in time for the cold weather! I was recently invited to the soft opening of Dagu Rice Noodle and really enjoyed my experience – here’s a small preview of what you can expect. Disclaimer: Although I was […]

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Chef Tony

In the mood for some dim sum? Chef Tony opened its doors not too long ago, replacing what used to be Tropika/Cafe De Tropika right off of Stony Plain Road and 149 St. Originally from Vancouver, Chef Tony is well known for their Chinese cuisine and dim sum.

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Country Coco

Country Coco is the latest restaurant to pop up in what I will now refer to as Edmonton’s “Korea Town.” Their menu features Korean Style Chicken and other shareable sides. Here’s a quick post to recap my first visit.

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