Wondering where to eat in Calgary? It just so happens I made a list of my favourite places in the city.
Alternative Asian Dining
Foie gras & pork belly baos, crispy lemon chicken, brussel sprouts, squid ink spaghetti, and imperial rolls.
Italian-Japanese cuisine. Aglio et olio, gyoza, Alberta beef tenderloin, duck nanban soup with gnocchi.
Dandy Brewing Company
Duck breast, lamb loin, Humboldt squid and cocktails.
Shrimp stuffed tofu, peppers and eggplant, salted fish and chicken fried rice, beef chow fun. Cash only.
Salt and pepper squid, ginger chicken, snow pea tips, sweet and sour pork, dumplings, fish maw soup.
Beef shank and tendon on HK style chow mein and gai lan, Thai style ho fun, sweet and sour pork in pineapple, and sui kai dumpling soup.
Duck pate, duck eggs, cheeses, charcuterie, and freshly baked breads.
Chuen May Food Products
Homemade frozen dim sum. Cash only.
Sticky rice, beef brisket, pork belly with taro, pork and vegetable dumplings, sui gaw, and pork spring rolls.
Tandoori chicken, sizzling chicken tikka, biryani and eggplant curry.
Cotto Italian Comfort
Get anything with tomatoes in it.
Redheads Bagel Cafe
Katsu curry, hamburg, chicken karrage, and ramen.
Nights & Weekends
Bow Tie Pizza
Rodney’s Oyster House
Raw oysters and fish tacos.
Ten Foot Henry
Shrimp crack rolls with vermicelli and steamed pork rice rolls.
Grilled wrap and roll combo.
Pure Contemporary Vietnamese + Bar
Kimchi fried rice, pho, crab and shrimp fried rice, chai sui bao, egg yolk tempura shrimp, and all-you-can eat chicken wings (Wednesday wing night).
Bun bo hue and spring rolls.
Sate Beef and Chicken Sub. Tripe and tendon pho.
Cold cut banh mi with pate.
Moose and Poncho
Bar Von del Fels
Everything on the menu is delicious. If there’s oysters on the seasonal menu, get it.