Six Tastes of K-Days

Six Tastes of K-Days

K-Days and Taste of Edmonton combined make up Edmonton’s most popular summer festival. Both used to be under the umbrella of the Klondike Days…

Wat’s up! Friendship bonds through food at Abyssinia

Wat’s up! Friendship bonds through food at Abyssinia

From the outside, Abyssinia…

FESTIVAL GUY: Heritage Days expensive, fattening

FESTIVAL GUY: Heritage Days expensive, fattening

Is Canada becoming a…

426-5050, whatever happened to the Lydo?

426-5050, whatever happened to the Lydo?

Four-two-six, five-oh, five-oh, if…

FOOD: Brooklyn Tomato neither Brooklyn nor tomato – just great Vietnamese
FOOD: The fatti is fine at Castle Bake

FOOD: The fatti is fine at Castle Bake

You know that thing where you talk up a restaurant for so long to anyone who will listen that when the time comes to introduce your friends to it, you begin to think maybe it’s not actually as good as…

FOOD: Mamenche’s the real deal for Central American cuisine

FOOD: Mamenche’s the real deal for Central American cuisine

The first time I had a pupusa, it was in the very rooms now occupied by Mamenche’s Restaurant (10824 97 Street, 780.497.0037), a relative newcomer among Edmonton’s Central American food emporia. Back then, its 97 Street premises were the original…

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