Food Reviews: What Restaurants Should We Review? | The Wanderer Online

Dear Readers,

The Wanderer Online is determined to bring you the best and the latest about things that you love and care about. Our history so far is short, but in our approximately 50 articles, we’ve already talked about sports, fashion, politics, movies, daily sciences… and the list goes on. Now, The Wanderer is planning to run a blitz around the trendiest restaurants in town and help you make the best decision when you go out to eat, be it for a date or simply to have fun with your best friends.

We need your help here.

Tell us about the cool places we should write about—where people like us, university students, would like to check out. You’ve been there forty-seven times already or you’ve never stepped foot in the place? Doesn’t matter. Throw us the names of the restaurants you think The Wand should check out, we’ll choose five, and have an article about each on our page. If the place has an awesome dish that you think everyone should try at least once in a lifetime, please do let us know too.


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  • Emmanuel Osahor

    you should definitely check out the next act and the sugerbowl. New york Bagel also.

  • Kyle

    Are you looking for trendy, up-and-coming restaurants, restaurants in the University area, or Edmonton’s best places to eat?

    • Anywhere! It would be nice if it’s near the university area, but if it’s a place worth the trip, then please do recommend us that place!

  • Andrew

    Tres Carnales (modern tex-mex)
    Fat Jakk’s (filipino-chinese)
    Three Boars (tapas and small plates)
    Sugarbowl (beer and diner with flair)
    Hung Phat (pho and such)
    Wasabi (sushi)
    Academy Pizza (pizza, pasta, french onion soup)
    P&L (sichuan style if you order from the ‘other’ menu)
    The Treasury (…expensive stuff)
    Chicken for lunch (chinese style deep fried chickeny goodness)

  • I second Tres Carnales, which actually has authentic Mexican food. I also recommend Boualouang for Thai/Lao cuisine. They have an appetizer of drummettes stuffed with lamb. Sorry, I can’t remember the name, but it’s absolutely delicious. Bird’s Nest Restaurant is also the only place in Edmonton for Northern Chinese cuisine. Langano Skies is great for Ethiopian food; I highly recommend yebeg tibs, a spicy lamb dish and their gomen wot, a spinach dish served with a homemade cottage cheese. My most economical recommendation is the Garden Bakery Restaurant for Chinese. It’s open until 3am, so it’s great for after a night out, and they have a jellyfish salad that I love :o)

  • KC

    Elm Cafe (sammich and coffee shop)
    Zenaris (Italian cuisine)

  • V Cordery

    Guru (Indian), 17021 – 100 Avenue and Rice Paper (Vietnamese), 10080 178 Street.
    As you can see, both are in the west end but well worth the trip.

  • OS

    DaDeO’s (Louisiana Creole, diner style)
    Urban Diner

  • Erika

    MRKT/Soul soup
    Red Ox
    Corso 32
    Dream Tea House
    Wildflower Grill
    Steel Wheels
    Cafe Select
    Manor Bistro
    Burrito Libre
    Block 1912

  • I’d recommend High Level Diner, and also New Asian Village (not their buffet, but their menu items). ‘Twould be neat to have a review of these two to compare with my biases

  • Thanks for all the great suggestions! Some awesome reviews will be coming your way!

  • Quentin

    Nomiya is a good ramen place, hard to find ramen in Edmonton currently

    Padmanadi, probably the place to convert someone to a vegan

    Good Buddy South, homestyle authentic Chinese food – large portions, good quality