10 Foods You Can Get For Under $10 In Edmonton Right Now
If your bank account has been looking a little empty lately, you're not the only one. But just because it's tight doesn't mean you have to compromise on incredible food. There are foods in Edmonton under $10 and you need to try them all.
Edmonton's food scene is quite underrated if you ask us. The city is filled with amazing restaurants, all of which serve some of the most unique dishes from a variety of cuisines.
While some of those options definitely cost a pretty penny, there are many joints where you can fill up on tasty meals without breaking the bank.
From massive pies and savoury breakfast croissants to some greasy donairs, the items on our list will appeal to you no matter what kind of food you're into.
Though the dishes are under $10, don't let your browsing stop just there. You will find that some of the restaurants have so many delightful offerings at affordable prices that you will want to make plans to go there over and over again.
As Edmontonians, it's so easy to fall into the routine of take-out every single weekend. But sitting at home gets boring after a while, especially when some of these restaurants are designed for a classic dine-in experience.
So if you've been looking for an excuse to hit up the local spots, now's your time.
Address: Watari Restaurant, 10108 124 St., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This sushi joint already has an awesome all-you-can-eat menu that's very hard to resist. But if you can't spare the $30 for that, you should absolutely try out their California rolls that are just as worthwhile.
Ube Nanaimo Bars
Address: Yelo'd Ice Cream, 0152A 82 Ave., N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This cute Whyte Avenue joint offers delicious ube-based soft serve and baked goods; therefore you can expect their offerings to be super unique and oh-so purple.
Cuisine: French patisserie
Address: Duchess Bake Shop, 9570 76 Ave. N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This bakery promises tons of fantastic baked goods, including macarons, croissants, tarts, scones, and more. Their sour cream cherry pie is just another one of their mouthwatering baked creations you've got to try at least once.
Address: La Poutine, 8720 109 St., N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This restaurant is basically a poutine palace. There are so many different combinations and flavours that you'll forever be in love with the Québécois dish. Their vegan plate is a great option if you want to savour the item without packing on the pounds.
Address: Vi's For Pies, 13408 Stony Plain Rd., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This trendy cafe has one of the best atmospheres in the city. Their selection of sandwiches, cakes, pies, soups, and quiches will instantly make you one of their most loyal and regular customers.
Address: Chocorrant, 10328 124 St., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This bright croissant cafe is a paradise for lovers of baked goods. Though you should definitely buy some of their sweet and savoury croissants in bulk, don't discount their croissant sandwiches that are packed with flavourful, nutritious ingredients.
Address: Roma Pizza & Donair, 11819 40., Ave N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: One of the tastiest pizzerias and donair spots in town is hiding in plain sight. This underrated eatery sells mouthwatering creations so scrumptious that you will wonder why you hadn't found this place before.
Green Curry Stew Bowls
Cuisine: Plant-based café
Address: KB & Co, 10224 104 St., N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: The fact that you're getting a hearty bowl made with green curry, onions, carrots, zucchini, mushrooms, and more, at such an affordable price is alone worth an order. The avocado toast and wraps at this plant-based spot are just as delicious.
Address: Ohana Donuterie, 10347 80 Ave., N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: This isn't your regular old coffee shop; this place sells some phenomenal Hawaiian-style donuts, each of which comes with their unique filling combinations. Whether you're in the mood for chocolate-coconut, mango jalapeño, or pumpkin spice, this place will grant all your donut-related wishes.
Korean Fried Chicken
Address: Seoul Fried Chicken, 7904b 104 St., N.W., Edmonton, AB
Why You Need To Go: There's a reason why this joint has line-ups all the time — their fried chicken is simply out of this world. Though you'll have to spend between $13 and $14 to get your hands on one of their signature platters, you can happily try out their five-piece bowl to see what the deal is all about.