A chain of restaurants founded in 1952, Fatburger’s team of skilled grillsmiths tirelessly bustles about kitchens across the continent whipping up platefuls of fresh, cooked-to-order diner fare. Upon receiving each patron’s order, chefs spring into action meticulously preparing feasts from the finest of ingredients including AAA Alberta beef, hand-picked produce, and cholesterol-free oil. Frozen treat specialists plunge scoops into ice cream containers, extracting creamy orbs to be transformed into milkshakes so old fashioned that they only enter the straw after donning a set of pearls. Fostering an authentic atmosphere, each Fatburger location features retro decor and enforces a strict poodle-skirt-only dress code for all diners.
Pita Pit?s sandwich artisans arm themselves with fresh produce each morning as they battle the common assumption that healthful food is never delicious. They customize each fresh-made pita and salad with 15 veggie options and more than 15 sauces to dazzle taste buds during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. To quench thirsts, they blend myriad fruits into smoothies that are more refreshing than diving into a giant smoothie, complementing tender roast beef and spicy buffalo chicken wrapped in low-carb pitas.
Decorated with white linens and elegant statues, Haweli's two locations transplant India's varied, spicy dishes to an eatery emulating the opulence of a haweli —a place where ancient Indian royalty met to indulge in fine dining. In each kitchen, native Indian chefs fuse the rich spices and flavours of North Indian cuisine into authentic curries, rice-based biryanis, and clay-oven-baked tandoori entrees.
The Beer Hunter Bar and Grill is truly THE place where great friends and good times meet! No matter what's on your list, you'll find it right here, at The Beer Hunter. Catch all your favourite televised and pay per view sports, cheer on your team, wind down after (or during) work, wind it up on the weekends, party with your
Bacchus Cafe & Wine Bar's rotating menu complements the freshness of ingredients used, many of which are sourced from local suppliers. Visitors rest in a vibrant, art-filled space, lounging like child princes on couches and stools while enjoying delectably prepared tapas. Evening diners nosh on light items, such as an herb-crusted, Italian-style sardine ($6), oven-baked between crusty bruschetta and melty mozzarella, or a truffle oil-kissed mushroom and spinach crostini ($13). Meat-seeking taste buds pen four-verse love-raps for the calamari, prawn, and chorizo, served with sautéed onion, garlic, and peppers ($15), or the spice-marinated bison meatballs, bursting with mozzarella and baked in tomato sauce ($17).
Misella Delite, a 2011 Best of Edmonton nominee for Best Vegetarian, crafts a healthy menu of vegetarian savouries using fair-trade products and fresh, chemical-free local ingredients. Diners can tone dipping muscles with starters such as the seven-grain crispy tenders, a sextet of flavourful strips composed of beans, wheat grains, and vegetables with a sweet-chili-sauce accompaniment ($8.99). Meanwhile, the bruschetta veggie burger piggybacks jamaican jerk sauce and chees-z cashew spread on a homemade patty and is served with organic greens and house bruschetta ($8.25). Pizza, available in gluten-free versions ($10.25) or Broadway musical adaptations, arrives bearing a gooey cargo of cheese, red sauce, spinach, and sun-dried tomatoes ($8.25).