Photolog: Sushi Wasabi

Happy new year! I’m kicking off 2019 with a post to document my adventure at one of Edmonton’s most loved sushi restaurants (at least according to Yelp and a few friends). I have been recommended Sushi Wasabi a few times but was always reluctant to go due to the menu consisting of a lot of […]

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Tokyo Noodle Shop – AYCE

What used to house Takami sushi is now home to another well-known sushi restaurant: Tokyo Noodle Shop. Tokyo Noodle Shop now has a second location that offers an all you can eat (AYCE) menu, alongside their regular dining menu. Aside from the fact that this location offers a lot of parking space (always a bonus […]

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Photolog: Jang YEG

Located on Jasper Ave, Jang is an upscale Korean – Japanese – Western fusion restaurant. “Jang” means sauce in Korean and this new restaurant offers their own unique sauces to blend Western and Asian flavors together. I don’t think there are many YEG restaurants that offer the same blend of cuisines or flavors! I had […]

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Photolog: Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle

I’ve been a bit MIA on the blog due to school, work, and life in general, but I’m back with a quick photolog to preview what you can expect at the newest noodle stop in town: Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle. Disclaimer: I was invited to preview Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle during their soft […]

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Casa Laurel Kitchen

I am no expert on Filipino food but I think it’s safe to say that Casa Laurel Kitchen does a pretty good job of cooking up a delicious Filipino meal. I recently ventured far north to check out the restaurant and was particularly impressed with the ambience and service. The food was notably good but […]

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Photolog: 720 Sweets & Etc.

Edmonton’s dessert scene just keeps on getting better and better. The newest addition to satisfying sweet cravings is 720 Sweets & Etc.! I had my first ice cream from 720 Sweets on a trip to Vancouver last summer and I am ecstatic that they have joined the YEG food scene. The Edmonton location is actually […]

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Photolog: Point Sushi

I recently took a mini trip to Calgary and popped into Point Sushi. The owners of Point Sushi own a few other sushi joints in YYC (i.e. Sakana & Sho Sushi Bar and Kitchen) so they presumably know their stuff! What is most exciting about Point Sushi is how they’re the first to showcase bullet […]

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Kobe Japanese Bistro

Located in the Callingwood community, Kobe Japanese Bistro is situated in a quieter area. I was intrigued by the high ratings for Kobe and decided to finally give them a try. I never thought to venture out to Kobe because 1) it’s quite far for me and 2) I had associated it with KOBE Ramen […]

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Golomein

If you haven’t heard, Golomein is delicious. This family-owned shop was my first experience with Bruneian food. My fellow foodie, Alyshia from Caramunchies, was actually the one who recommended it to me and I’ve been hooked since! With their location being tucked away, it’s safe to call Golomein a hidden gem here in southside Edmonton. […]

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Baekjeong Korean BBQ House

What used to be Kobe Ramen is now Baekjeong Korean BBQ House! Owned by the same people who run Dookebaeki, it’s no surprise that my meal and experience at Baekjeong were great (P.S. you can read my review of Dookbaeki here).  Although there is noticeably a plethora of Korean restaurants in southside Edmonton, Baekjeong is a step […]

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