Restaurants in Sherwood Park

50% Off Nepali Cuisine at Yeti Gourmet


C$30 C$15

Crispy vegetable samosa with green peas and cumin, alu palak with spinach and potato in a special Yeti sauce, and warm naan and roti bread

Fatburger – C$7 for Fatburgers, Fries, and a Bottomless Drink

Multiple Locations

C$12.67 C$7

Fresh burgers made with AAA Alberta beef and cholesterol-free oil in retro-style diner

Up to 45% Off Mediterranean Cuisine at Parkallen Restaurant


C$50 C$27.50


Mediterranean and Lebanese dishes such as salmon kebabs at a restaurant with a wine list recognized by Wine Spectator

Up to 50% Off Fresh and Local Dinner Cuisine at Select


C$40 C$20


Seared Halibut filet rests atop couscous tabbouleh salad; burgers transcend their origins with aged cheddar and pancetta crisps

Up to 50% Off Seafood and Steak at Packrat Louie


C$40 C$20


Rack of venison and the signature lemon pizza baked in a wood-burning clay oven; 2012 restaurant award from Wine Spectator

50% Off Barbecued Food at TW's BBQ Smoke House


C$30 C$15

A place where "the only thing out of the bottle" is beer, the chefs proudly craft every dish from scratch, straight down to the sauce

Up to 50% Off Food at The Steak Out


C$20 C$11


For more than quarter-century, family-friendly restaurant has treated locals and travelers to smoked meats, hand-formed burgers, and steaks

Up to 52% Off Mediterranean Food at Sahara Palace


C$30 C$15

Upscale Mediterranean plates served in an enormous dining hall that hosts live belly dancers and music on weekends

Up to 52% Off Mexican Food at Cafe del Sol


C$62 C$34.50


Spicy aromas waft from quesadillas, tender pork tamales & carnitas through restaurant run by mother & daughters

50% Off Indian Food at The Village

Roper Industrial

C$30 C$15


Experienced staff serves tandoori fish and other Indian specialities alongside American favorites, such as sandwiches and wings

Up to 48% Off Mexican Food at Three Amigos


C$25 C$13

Enchiladas, deep-fried ice cream, and entrees coloured with green or red salsa pair with some of the biggest margaritas in the city

47% Off at The Mongolie Grill

Multiple Locations

C$30 C$16

Create custom stir-frys by choosing fresh meats, seafood, veggies, and house-made sauces to sizzle atop grills

43% Off Indian Food and Drinks at Khazana


C$30 C$17

Indian chefs craft plates of traditional North Indian food with spices, beef, lamb, and vegetables baked in a clay tandoor

Up to 51% Off Indian Dinner at Bengal Restaurant 

Parsons Industrial

C$118.45 C$58

Indian favourites, including chicken kebabs, crisp samosas, and rich and spicy curries served with basmati rice

C$9 for European Fare at Continental Treat Fine Bistro


C$20 C$9


Chef alters menus daily, using seasonal produce & meats from local markets & accommodating guests with vegetarian & gluten-free options

Up to 50% Off Comfort Food at The Dish Bistro


C$30 C$17


Short rib, hot sandwiches, thick soups, and other hearty dishes fill a bistro featured on the show You Gotta Eat Here!

47% Off Turkish Cuisine at Istanbul Restaurant


C$30 C$16


Sip on cups of thick Turkish coffee while digging into doner kebabs or fresh seafood plus Mediterranean mezes

50% Off at AE'S on 118th

Alberta Avenue

C$30 C$15


Dim sum dumplings, baked brie, and other small plates pair with entrees such as the panang chicken and wild-mushroom ravioli

Up to 52% Off Chai Tea & Naan at Naanolicious

CPR West

C$36 C$18

1,300 lb. tandoor bakes various types of naan, which serves as the foundation for Panaanis, naan wraps, and naan pizzas served with Chai tea

46% Off at Firestone Pizza


C$28 C$15


Choose from a wide range of pizzas, including mediterranean and tandoori styles, alongside classics, such as pepperoni and veggie lovers

50% Off at AQUA Bistro | Bar in the Courtyard Edmonton West


C$40 C$20


Easter brunch, small plates of calamari and wings, variety of sandwiches for lunch, and dinner entrees such as blackened salmon and rib eye

50% Off Indo-Chinese Cuisine at Masala Wok

Southeast Edmonton

C$30 C$15


Chefs eschew trans fats in favour of canola oil and Asian spices to whip up chicken samosas, szechuan chicken, and basa fish curry

Up to 51% Off Lebanese Cuisine at Chateau Beirut


C$75.15 C$37.50


Traditional Lebanese eatery and hookah bar with staples such as shish kebab, hummus, and beef shawarma

Up to 57% Off at Bistro India


C$30 C$15


Authentic dishes from coastal Southern India featuring Chettinadu-style cooking served in a 100-year-old renovated building in Oliver Square

Up to 54% Off at The Rock Wood Fired Pizza

Multiple Locations

C$62.95 C$29


Wood-fired pizzas made with hand-tossed dough, plus flame-broiled burgers, pasta, and sandwiches

50% Off Greek Food at Grub Med Greek Ristorante


C$30 C$15


Rich purple decor and classic Mediterranean artwork surrounds traditional meals of Kleftico, Kebabos and Argentinean Asado

Up to 44% Off Indian Food at Little India


C$25 C$15


Eatery with lunch and dinner buffets serves dishes simmered in aroma sauces or cooked in a clay oven

42% Off Executive Lunch Bar for Two at The Harvest Room

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald

C$48 C$28


Health-minded and efficient lunch bar caters weekday breaks with a rotating selection of artisan sandwiches, salads, and housemade soups

45% Off Middle-Eastern Food at Chutney


C$40 C$22

The restaurant's buffet displays halal Indian and Pakistani cuisine, including curries, naan, samosas, tandoori chicken, and skewered meats

Up to 45% Off Subs and Wraps at Badass Jack's

Spruce Grove

C$10 C$5.50

Menu of healthy, nutritious subs and wraps includes 20 items under 400 calories

Select Local Merchants

As Justin Lussier traveled through Naples in 2005, he decided to stop for the city's famous pizza at a small street-side eatery bearing the sign Pizzeria Sorbillo. He loved his traditional thin-crust pie so much that he rushed to a pay phone and called his friends Christian Bullock and Jason Allard to tell them that he wanted to make that same pizza. When Justin returned to Canada, the trio travelled to confer with the culinary experts at Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN) in order to uncover what truly makes a pizza Neapolitan. Two years later, the friends set out to open Famoso.

Famoso's chefs all follow strict guidelines set by the AVPN—they only use OO Caputo flour imported from Naples, and they hand mill tomatoes imported from the foot of Mount Vesuvius, where each crop is grown in soil enriched by volcanic ash and sung to daily by volcanologists. Chefs top the crust with local fior di latte mozzarella, fresh basil leaves, and pecorino romano cheese. They then spread dough into wafer-thin disks, which they blast-fire at 900 degrees for 90 seconds inside imported Italian bell-shaped ovens. Pizzas are also topped with ingredients such as soppressata, oven-roasted Italian sausage, kalamata olives, and truffle oil.

Famoso Baristas can pair many of these pies, some of which are reinvented twice each year, with a mix of local and international wines—including vintages from Italy and Canada—and hand-crafted gelato. At each restaurant, they ferry dishes and drinks through rustic and inviting interiors, each of which reflects the unique style of its neighbourhood, though all are united by accents of exposed brick and wood, wine-bottle art, and sculptural pizza-box displays.

975 Broadmoor Blvd
Sherwood Park,

Chefs from India craft traditional dishes at New Asian Village's five locations, such as the vegetarian apna navratan korma, with its medley of vegetables and house-made paneer. Daily lunch buffets showcase unlimited quantities of spices and sustenance, served atop silver trays, much like restraining orders. The staff encourage diners to dig into their entrees with their fingers while surrounded by orange drapes in restaurant's intimate booths or colourful silks in the private maharaja rooms.

200-10A Main Boulevard
Sherwood Park,

Fulton Market Burger flips made-to-order prime-rib burgers, slinging specialty sandwiches as well as build-your-own varieties sporting any of more than 40 toppings and sauces. Fulton's beef architects construct such succulent edifices as the Rustic Triple Treat, loaded with a triumvirate of caramelized onions, grilled portobello mushrooms, and roasted red peppers ($8), and the fiery Inferno burger ($8), bursting with Cajun spices and an intricate terza rima rhyme scheme. Those who opt to build their own burgers can choose between a third-pound ($6.45) and half-pound ($7.45) prime-rib patty and top it with market-fresh adornments, including grilled portobello, banana peppers, and havarti cheese (up to $0.99/topping). Sides such as freshly cut fries ($2.45) and mushroom-melt poutine ($5.95) can complement carnivorous creations, and frosty hand-blended shakes ($3.25), made with Chapman's ice cream, offer as much cool comfort as a tray of hand-knit woolen ice cubes.

160 Broadway Blvd
Sherwood Park,

NEW RASOI RESTAURANT serving healthy indian food with traditional indian decor.

5015 48A St

Steak Village lures in casual diners with a menu of quality strips and dishes that delight in exploring only the freshest ingredients. The 8-ounce prime rib spotlights slow-roasted Sterling Silver premium beef that has been handcut to high standards and culled from the top 12 per cent of its class to deliver a platter of juicy flavour and the answer to Fermat's Last Theorem ($23). The beef-dip wrap explores Steak Village's versatility by pulling short ribs into a blend of caramelized onions, shredded cheese, and a pimento aioli ($16). A blue-cheese-steak salad grants light lunchers a satisfaction typically received only by sitting on a sibling's face ($15). Red Seal chef Emil Yim reminds meat eaters of the merriment of saving a seat for the second stomach with decadent desserts, including the chocolate-truffles trio ($9) or the inverted peach melba ($9). A mod interior meshes white tablecloths with colorful plates and wistful aromas, infusing the space with an ambience of casual decadence.

11 Athabascan Ave
Sherwood Park,

As the University of Alberta basketball team tour bus lumbered down the highway towards Phoenix, Arizona, Scott Gordon and Gavin Fedorak’s stomachs began to grumble. Agreeing that they couldn’t stand tasteless roadside diner food or unhealthy rest-stop snacks, the two friends began to converse about what they were really craving: the freshly made sandwiches served at their favourite Arizona sandwich shop, Dilly’s Deli.

Scott and Gavin never forgot Dilly’s Deli or their experiences on the road, and several years after graduating, they decided to open their own sandwich shop back in Edmonton. Enlisting the aid of Gavin’s brother Grant and a consultant from Dilly’s Deli itself, the friends designed a lengthy menu of the imaginative sandwiches that were lauded by a reporter from the Edmonton Journal in 2010.

The trio’s team of skilled sandwich makers gets up early in the morning to bake fresh loaves of whole-wheat, focaccia, and pumpernickel-rye breads. Once a lively lunch crowd starts to queue up at their counter, they begin layering the freshly sliced bread with quality meats, premium cheeses, and fresh vegetables.

Scott, Gavin, and Grant are not only committed to serving fresh ingredients, often from local sources, but also to reducing their carbon footprint. Their progressive establishment uses environmentally friendly packaging and discourages employees from wearing cowboy boots made from the skin of endangered dragon species.

5000 Emerald Drive
Sherwood Park,