Grapes naturally exist in three forms: solid, liquid, and raisin. Imbibe the fruit's most drinkable state with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $45 worth of wine at Continental Treat. Though this Groupon is valid only for wine, customers must buy one eatable menu item at an additional cost.
Elegant bistro Continental Treat spouts out a wine menu of more than 100 bottled wines on friendly terms with Continental Treat's European-inspired cuisine. Inaugurate the onset of springtime puddle parties with a bottle of the Casa Lapostolle ($42), a Chilean merlot whose sturdy body allows for the elegant juggling of plum and cherry aromas. Those requiring white teeth to match igloo décor can opt instead for white wines such as the Canadian Sumac Ridge chardonnay ($40), a custard and apple bouquet with citrus and mineral flourishes. Single serving elixirs also avail themselves, such as the New Zealand Oyster Bay pinot noir ($10 a glass) or the Italian Folonari pinot grigio ($10 a glass). Then, relieve belly floods by sending down appetizer life rafts such as the steak a la tartare ($18.95), raw beef tenderloin basking alongside toasted garlic rye bread, or the wild mushroom and sauerkraut pierogi ($11.95).
Continental Treat Fine Bistro
Continental Treat Fine Bistro is a family affair. Together, three generations of the Borowka family work to deliver a dining. From its conception in 1982, Helena and Ryszard have welcomed their son, Sylvester, and now their two grandsons, Matthew and Michal, into the family business. In tandem, the Borowkas’ efforts have consistently yielded fond experiences that have consequently made Continental Treat a premier choice for any occasion – from business lunches and client meetings to anniversaries, birthdays, and romantic dinners.
Elizabeth Palmowski – our executive chef – and her team continue our most popular European dishes. To pair with these meals, we offer a selection of spirits, fine wines, liqueurs, and both imported and micro-brewed beers. From the Samuel Adams Utopia to the Van Winkle bourbon to the Westvleteren XII.
Aims to convey a European-bistro ambiance, complemented by jazz and bossa nova. At the core of Continental Treat’s atmosphere is our menu that contains such choices: escargots a la Bourgogne; double smoked wild salmon; a dill pickle soup for which we are famous; flaczki (a traditional tripe soup); beef tartar; slow-roasted duck leg; Hungarian goulash; and the best Vienna schnitzel to be found in Edmonton.