Refreshing premium frozen yogurt made with Canadian nonfat milk and crowned with fresh fruit cut daily and gourmet toppings
Up to 40% Off Chicken Dinner from Clancy's Meat Co.
Clancy's Meat Co.
Gourmet dinner includes marinated chicken breasts, stuffed mushroom caps, stuffed potatoes, and coleslaw; choose between two locations
50% Off Wild Cod Dinner at Austin Fish & Chips
Austin Fish & Chips
Duos devour four pieces of wild cod served with housemade fries and coleslaw
45% Off at Decades Coffee Club
Decades Coffee Club
Coffee, tea, smoothies, sandwiches, salads, and homemade desserts at a cafe where you can chat with friends or find a quiet corner and read
50% Off Italian Food at Villa Toscana
Harrison Hot Springs
Italian cuisine such as toasted ravioli and gorgonzola dip paired with a selection from the wine list, with live entertainment on Saturdays
45% Off at Non Stop Pizza & Indian Cuisine
Non Stop Pizza & Indian Cusine
The eclectic flavours of India merge with traditional pizzeria cuisine to create unique pizzas such as the spinach paneer and veggie korma
An homage to authentic New York slices, Ah Beetz pampers unbleached sourdough crusts, leavened with wild yeast and fresh ingredients. The 14” Di Fara pizza ($18) sauces a crispy discus with pepperoni, artichoke hearts, mozzarella, fior de latte, fresh basil, extra virgin olive oil, and parmigiano-reggiano before hurling it mouthward and medalward. Other specialty pies boast appealing amalgamations including ham and pineapple or capicola and jalapeños (prices start at $13 for a 14”). Appetite architects can build their own pizzas using a plethora of meats, veggies, cheeses, and the tears of a wooden puppet who longs to be a real boy.
The coffee-drinking cultures of Seattle and Old World Europe intertwine at The Wired Monk. Baristas swirl steamed milk into organic, fair-trade coffee drinks, which guests sip beside hand-painted art and a roaring fireplace. Meanwhile, the scent of cinnamon rolls wafts from the bakery case, past aromatic tea leaves by Zhena Gypsy and Mighty Leaf. Red espresso, a roobois tea from the mountains of South Africa, fills caffeine-free lattes with flavours as bold and smooth as a saxophone’s pick-up lines. Healthy treats such as fruit smoothies and gluten-free muffins round out the menu with a touch of sweetness. The sound of tapping toes fills the shop on Thursday nights, when artists such as Harma White and Vaughan McKay flaunt their rock ’n’ roll chops. Large-screen TVs draw sports fans to the couches on game days, and drink specials lure wine lovers on Wednesday nights.
Ann Marie’s, a '50s-style eatery, hushes hunger with classic diner favourites for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. The menu showcases six varietals of eggs benedict ($8.99–$10.69) and homemade muffins, granting fuzzy-brained morning eaters the recommended daily bacon necessary for neural activity. Burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches such as the pulled-pork sandwich sate overeager salivary glands ($10.29). Enjoy two complimentary cups of coffee while selecting a dessert or brunch-hour palate cleanser, such as a milkshake ($4.99) or ice-cream sundae ($5.69). A black-and-white checkerboard floor evokes a bygone era, and diners dissatisfied with modern-day buggies will appreciate the classic-car theme imbued throughout the restaurant.
Champions of adhering to traditional recipes and culinary practices, a father-and-son team serves as both the owners and head chefs of New Passage to India. Their kitchen staff whips up dishes native to a variety of Indian regions, granting diners a taste of the subcontinent without the paper cuts that come from eating maps. They handcraft
ingredients such as house-made paneer cheese, garden-fresh mushrooms, and fresh lamb with pinches of hand-ground spices. Sensitive to varied tolerances of piquancy, the chefs customize the heat levels of many of their creations to individual preferences. Affable servers wend from table to table within the dining room’s deep-green walls and wooden columns.
As visitors approach the rustic 1927 heritage farmhouse, they're greeted with the familiar aroma of homemade country-style classics. Little Farmhouse in the City welcomes travellers, diners, and lost Girl Scout Cookie salesgirls alike with first-class bed-and-breakfast suites as well as a full-service restaurant. Within the dining room, plates of hearty breakfast omelettes are soon replaced by homemade pastries and scones served at high tea, followed at dinner by entrees of hearty homemade soups, perogies, and shepherd's pies. An on-site gift shop peddles cards, chocolates, and artwork as well more than 150 fine teas.
The Pantry blankets plates with comfort foods for the family to share while shining early-morning light with its extensive breakfast menu available until 4 p.m. Crow like a death-metal cockerel before lapping up the salisbury steak and eggs, a lone grilled steak saddled with two eggs any style, hash browns, and a choice of toast or three buttermilk pancakes ($9.99). The strawberry belgian waffle is luxuriously pampered with warm strawberries, icing sugar, and real whipped cream ($8.79), and the golden french toast bakes The Pantry's specialty batter into thick slices of bread that double as convenient cymbal mufflers ($7.59). The Pantry also offers Sunday brunch from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
This Netherlands import indulges tasters with 50 sweet and savoury varieties of pannekoeken and a caboodle of other Dutch staples in a warm, casual atmosphere. As the only restaurant of its kind in Western Canada, this syrup bistro adorns each 37-inch circumference carb canvas with a choice of toppings. Topped offerings include the Canadian with DeBakon (a pork cottage roll), tomato, two eggs, and other hearty garnishes ($13) alongside a jug of honey or maple marmalade. Traditionally this brawny pannekoek is rolled up, but diners can also enjoy pannekoeken such as the Apple and Cheddar ($13) unrolled and cut into 113 1-square-inch bites. The Dutch-inspired dining room soothes focused diners as they navigate a smorgasbord of tummy favours or decorate their beards with icing sugar.
The cooks at Maurya Bistro Indian Cuisine harness the high heat of a traditional tandoor clay oven to bake lamb, chicken, seafood, and vegetarian dishes marinated in aromatic indian spices. Coconut-milk sauce flavours pieces of chicken breast, and ginger garlic and yogourt season alaskan salmon. A dozen vegetarian entrees quell meat-averse appetites, with dishes such as mashed eggplant roasted in a tandoor oven with onions, peas, ginger, and herbs.
Located at the corner of Clearbrook Rd. and South Fraser Way is Intercity Cafe in Clearbrook Plaza is offering Organic Coffee and Tea. Our Chai Lattes are delicious and famous in Abbotsford and we have five different flaours of chai.
Before diners place their orders at Thai D'or waiters will often inquire, "Can you handle spicy food?" True to Thai culinary techniques, many of its dishes brim with fiery spices and chili-infused sauces, but chefs are eager to adjust spice content to suit each individual palate. Named for the French word for gold, the Thai restaurant lives up to its title with its fresh, authentically prepared curries, noodles, and specialties and its commitment to cultural traditions of hospitality. Servers bear blended cocktails and simmering meat, seafood, and vegetarian dishes into the dining room, where guests recline on cushy leather chairs beneath the glow of red lanterns. Eastern decor adorns the wall, and water trickles down from stone mosaics. The restaurant opens its function room to private parties, designing customized menus for family gatherings, business meetings, and kindergarten graduations.
Three generations after John Taves bought his first plot of land in the 1930s, grandson Loren Taves and his wife Corinne still keep the family farm running. At Taves Family Farms Applebarn, guests can navigate the expanded Corn Quest Maze, greet lovable critters at the petting barn, or tour the grounds on a hayride. A zipline lets thrill-seekers soar above the farm, and down below, edible ammo flies at non-ziplining targets from the corn gun and pumpkin cannon.
Wigley's regales crowds with an eclectic mix of gourmet dishes and contemporary bar fare served alongside an extensive selection of wines and cold beers. Diners can summon edible comfort with the ribs and chicken platter ($18.99), a slow-roasted duet of charbroiled chicken breast and baby-back ribs glowing with the bloom of youth and a barbecue or honey-garlic glaze. Guests with piquant palates can dive into a bowl of spicy Cajun jambalaya abounding with chorizo sausage and succulent prawns ($13.99). Afterward, a frosty pint of beer ($3.99–$6.50) can nurse fiery taste buds and read them a bedtime story. While an army of televisions broadcasts sports games or a live band serenades conga lines, patrons can sidle up to Wigley's bar and fuel up with bar-menu offerings such as calamari ($8.99) and spicy, cheese-covered ranchero chips ($11.99).
A lot can happen in 60 seconds. A Rubik's cube champion can solve the puzzle nearly nine times over, while Olympian Usain Bolt could run six 100-metre dashes. At Perfect Tan, 60 seconds is all the time Mystic Spray Tan needs to darken any type of skin without requiring UV exposure. Mystic Tan's flawless spray tan results last 5-7 days. The Mystic spray tan is one of Perfect Tan's six tanning options, including beds which bronze bods with features such as the Starship stand-up's extra-long 220-watt VHR/HP lamps and the Open Sun 1050's high-pressure UV rays. Alternatively, the facility's eighth bed, Beauty Lounge, rejuvenates epidermises rather than tanning them, imbuing skin with a more glowing complexion in the short term and diminishing age and pigment spots in the long term.
The chefs at Tians Sushi specialize in building sushi rolls with soft-shell crab, avocado, and barbecue eel. In addition to the array of fresh hand rolls, sashimi, and sushi pizzas, the chefs also head to the kitchen to grill jumbo shrimp and fry rice with beef and chicken.
Adi's On The Ridge's lively lounge bustles with music and energy, but inside the kitchen Chef James Reeder is deep in concentration, assembling innovative plates of eclectic international cuisine. Whether whipping up dinner, appetizers, or brunch-buffet dishes, James and his kitchen crew prepare each item diligently from fresh ingredients.
Outside of the kitchen, bartenders gaze out onto the glitzy lounge and dining area, mixing up cocktails from premium liquors and uncapping bottles of international beer. A big-screen television glares down on drinkers and diners perched upon cushy red chairs, and sunshine pours over those seated in the outdoor patio. On weekend nights, the venue transforms into a vibrant nightclub, hosting DJs, live music, or spirited whisper choirs.:m]]