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An Chay – Vegetarian Vietnamese? Yes please!

An Chay  opened in the old Pitaghetti place on Jasper at 112 Street and it has taken me almost a year…

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Why You Should Go to Cibo in Edmonton

Ever wonder about the lifespan of restaurants? I dug around the ol’ world wide web to find some interesting stats:…

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DOSC – It’s All About Transparency

DOSC is a new restaurant on 104 Street. My friend Phil says the names sounds like a German heavy metal,…

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Tang Bistro – Restaurant Review

I knew I was in for a unique experience when I saw the use of pita bread and lamb in…

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Rebel Food & Drink

Last winter, Century Hospitality Group took over the old Piccolino’s bistro last year, gave it a complete (and necessary) makeover…

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KB and Company Makes Me Crave Vegan Food

After two months of eating deep-fried food (or so it seemed), I finally caught a break—and, boy did I need…

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Barney’s Pub in Leduc

Two things happen when I see a restaurant menu loaded with words like free range and farm to table and…

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Edgar Gutierrez Goes Back to His Roots at Kanto

When people cook the foods they grew up eating, they have a look of contentment and happiness on their face….

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Not much to crow over at Revel

June 14 update: Tony Krause is no longer with Revel and hasn’t been cooking there since beginning of April. Kunal…

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Dishing up the Dirt on Dirtbag Café

The Dirtbag Café has been up and running for about 18 months, but I only found it a few weeks…

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