Korean and Japanese influence at Sabu

Sabu’s two cuisines don’t quite jive

The main intrigue of Sabu, a self-proclaimed Japanese and Korean restaurant on the wrong side of the road as you follow 82 Avenue into Sherwood Park, is in the intersections of those two cuisines: a ...
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A pedway food adventure

So you’ve fetched up in the downtown mall complex, famished and unwilling to go outside for sustenance. Luckily, our pioneering forebears, who thought to encase our city’s centre in concr...
// Josh Marcellin

An Iberian cuisine evolution

Some years into its tenure in the Boardwalk Building, Sabor Restaurant appears to be fine-tuning its brand. Note the disappearance of the modifying “Divino” formerly appended to its name ...
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A hearty feast on a cold night

‘I guess this is more of a take-out place,” I said, upon entering the foreshortened foyer of Silina’s Mediterranean Grill. I was meeting my co-diner for a no-fuss, post-holiday supp...
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Top Edmonton eats of 2014

Edmonton’s food scene seems to get better each month, but the end of the year imposes a duty upon this reviewer to single out a few high points. I’m grateful to live in a place that spoil...
Come hungry // Meaghan Baxter

Sushi sampling

This is only speculation, but I can’t help but wonder if Watari—the relatively new all-you-can-eat Japanese restaurant located in the space formerly inhabited by pan-Asian eatery Matahari—got i...