This wildly popular pizza joint enjoys an ardent fan following, evident from its perennially crowded dining hall. The secret to their popularity lies in their flavorful wood-fired pizzas, which are also hand-tossed and topped with fresh ingredients. Highlights include their signature special called the Santa Ana, which comes with delectable prosciutto, cauliflower and asparagus, and the Pollo, loaded with rosemary chicken and wild mushrooms. Plenty of wood-fired pasta specials feature on the menu as well, alongside salads and a handful of Mediterranean starters. Reservations need to be placed well ahead of one's visit, recommend the locals.
Housed within The Forks culinary market, the Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company serves irresistibly fresh bread, baked goods and deli specials. The salient feature of this stellar bakery is its use of organic grains to bake their breads from scratch, and a dedication to preparing wholesome foods that are healthy in the long run. The fragrance of freshly baked cinnamon buns ropes customers in each morning, even as a new batch of croissants rises to perfection in their oven. The deli serves hot seasonal soups, salads and sandwiches, while sweet muffins, cookies, pastries and cakes are also available for indulgence. The menu features several vegan and vegetarian options as well.
King's Head Pub is an authentic English style pub with an incredible array of domestic and imported beer to suit any taste. The food goes beyond the normal fish and chips with an excellent curry menu from an authentic Indian kitchen. The diverse crowd that packs this establishment is offered live music on weekends to amuse themselves while they sample the great brews.
Yellow Dog Tavern is a friendly pub and a restaurant located on Donald Street. This place offers a wide range of beers on tap, alcoholic beverages and food that includes soups, salads, steaks, burgers, sandwiches and a lot more. This small place has a friendly atmosphere where one can sit comfortably, relax and enjoy their fare. Apart from serving food this restaurant also caters private events and also offers take-away services for those are in a hurry.
Owner Nathalie Gautier takes pride in each of her creations, which is evident to all devoted fans of the A L'Epi de Blé bakery. Located in North End, this French bakery serves fabulous sweet and savory treats, ranging from phenomenally light macaroons to darling cupcakes and indulgent pastries. Baked goods with a French-Canadian touch such as the Québécois bread do wonders, while the Croque Madam, fresh quiches and meat pies keep first-timers hooked enough to come back for more. The cheeses come all the way from France, making a drive past this establishment even more irresistible. For a more personal touch and the right recommendations, talk to owner herself.
Although well represented elsewhere in the community, Scandinavian people have few restaurants that boast their unique cuisine. A notable exception Bistro Dansk, which offers authentic ethnic fare in a comfortable European bistro setting. Families and professionals alike come for the Frikadeller and the hakkebof prepared in the traditional manner. Also on offer are ales from the Continent, including exceptional Czech brews. Save room for the excellent Danish pastries baked fresh on site daily.
Little Sister Coffee Maker is a fun place to have a refreshing beverage. This charming cafe, albeit small in space, is definitely grand when it comes to quality and ambiance. Their coffee, sourced from popular, Canadian roasters like Bows & Arrows, 49th Parallel and a few others, is simply delicious to say the least. The baristas know their way with the beans and the end product is sure to impress any coffee connoisseur. The Tall Grass Prairie Bakery supplies scrumptious bites to the cafe while their donuts are sourced from the delightful Bronuts. They also serve tea from Camellia Sinensis, for those who are looking for more variety on the menu.
If you are craving sushi or want to go to a classy restaurant for some Japanese food, Sushi Delight is a great option. The restaurant is elegant with a long sushi bar with high chairs lining it, ornamental plants artfully scattered across the dining area, paintings on the walls and mood lighting. The sushi consists of both traditional maki rolls and nigiri sushi varieties as well as a long list of vegetarian varieties. A number of other Japanese dishes are available here but the main draw for diners is definitely the artfully prepared sushi.
Albeit small, this cafe is sure to win you over with their delicious drinks and friendly service. Located on a busy street, the exposed-brick exterior of Café Postal is hard to miss. As you step foot inside, you are engulfed with aromas of freshly-brewed coffee. If you have arrived solo, grab a seat at the counter and chat up with the baristas while they get your brew ready. There are scrumptious sandwiches and cookies to go with your caffeine indulgence. They also sell coffee, honey and coffee apparatus.