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Taste of Edmonton is Back

  • July 14, 2021

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The biggest foodie festival is back for 2021!

 

Taste of Edmonton returns this month and will take place for 11 whole days. Running from July 22nd until August 1st, the beloved event will be set up in Sir Winston Churchill Square. For the duration of the festival, Churchill Square will be chock full of some of the best food the city has to offer.

 

Taste of Edmonton 2021 features 51 local restaurants and food trucks. As such, you’ll be able to find almost every type of cuisine imaginable, including Brazilian, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Afghan, Mexican, Italian, and more! 

 

As with past events, tickets must be purchased before entering the venue. They can be purchased online or in-person, both at the entrance to the venue and at select sellers throughout Edmonton. 

 

Tickets come in sheets of 40 and can be used at any of the participating eateries. Each eatery has created a three-item menu, with each item costing between two and four tickets. Menus will be visible at the event but can also be viewed online for those who want to plan out their meals.

 

Participating restaurants include the likes of Curry n Hurry, Cinnaholic, Aghan Foods, Little Bear Gelato, Miss Saigon Vietnamese Noodle House, Native Delights, New Orleans Shaved Ice, and Padmanadi Vegetarian Restaurant. 

 

Meanwhile, some of the 2021 food offerings we’re excited about are traditional fried bannock, Donair poutine, classic fish and chips, mac & cheese in a waffle cup, snickerdoodle apple fritters, a Vietnamese sausage wrap, Jamaican jerk chicken, bubble tea, Sicilian cannoli, butter chicken, fried pickles, Malaysian spring rolls, and shrimp tempura rolls. There are also lots of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free offerings.

 

The largest outdoor food festival in Canada kicks off soon, and you don’t want to miss it!

 

If you’re going to be in Edmonton this July, then be sure to attend Taste of Edmonton. And if you need a place to stay during your visit, you’re always welcome at the Days Inn by Wyndham Edmonton South

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