4 Kid-Friendly Places to Eat You’ve Got to Try in Edmonton This Month

Doughnut Party | Now that the lines have dwindled (a little) at Doughnut Party, it’s the perfect opportunity to bring the kids for a treat. The pillow doughnuts are delicious, fresh and in flavours that are unlike anything you’ve tried on a doughnut. The immediate kid-favourite was the fruit punch doughnut, that was a light […]

Doughnut Party | Now that the lines have dwindled (a little) at Doughnut Party, it’s the perfect opportunity to bring the kids for a treat. The pillow doughnuts are delicious, fresh and in flavours that are unlike anything you’ve tried on a doughnut. The immediate kid-favourite was the fruit punch doughnut, that was a light and airy yeast doughnut, sprinkled with fruit-punch flavored powder, that jazzed up the flavour with the totally unexpected tart taste. You can get six for $16, or $3/each.
Find Doughnut Party at 10938 119 St NW

Zwick’s Pretzels | Breakfast sandwiches are taken to an entirely new level when you add in a pretzel bun, especially something that is as delicious as a pretzel bun from Zwick’s Pretzels. The bacon and egg sandwich can be a little messy, so make sure to grab the napkins if you’re bringing it back to the car, and don’t forget to order a few pretzels or pretzel nubs, for later. Tip: You can order the pretzels ahead of time if you’re searching for a way to save time, and make sure you’re able to bring some home for later.
Find Zwick’s Pretzels at 12415 107 Ave

Seoul Fried Chicken | The $11 Seoul Fried chicken deal is nearly the perfect size for two kids to share. With two sides, the kids can grab a meal and share the five pieces of chicken – and it won’t break the bank. If you’re feeling generous, our kids loved the fritters (it went from not wanting to try it, to not getting enough of it) and you can find adorable, and tasty, little desserts in jars.
Find Seoul Fried Chicken at 7904 104 St NW

Chutney’s Indian Grill | We’ve been going through a bit of a burrito kick, when it comes to fast food and spend many dinners on the run at our local Mucho Burrito. Mixing it up a little, is Chutney’s Indian Grill, with the burroti. It’s like a Burrito, but it’s filled with Indian ingredients, and rather than a tortilla, it’s wrapped in Roti. Though there are so many choices at the bar, I tend to make the same choice every single time. As a bonus, kids eat free – and you can mix it up by serving it in a bowl, or roti.
Find Chutney’s Indian Grill at 4316 17 St NW

 

 

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