|Cuisine Type |||French, Fusion, Seafood, Steakhouse|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Breakfast, Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Great Wine List, Wheelchair Accessible, Catering|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Cross Street |||Jasper Avenue|
|Monday 7AM-2PM; Tuesday-Friday 7AM-10PM; Saturday 8AM-10PM; Sunday 8AM-2PM|
Profile Last Updated: February 23, 2009
After stepping into the Glenora Bistro, an overwhelming feeling of being right at home hits you. The dining room at this restaurant is small and offers a cozy yet sophisticated atmosphere. Located in Edmonton’s trendy 124th Street shopping district, the Glenora Bistro sits beside various art galleries, cool boutique shops, and a quaint bed & breakfast inn.
Serving a creative menu is one way that the Glenora Bistro stands out in Edmonton’s dining scene. Its bistro-style dishes are described as contemporary, adventurous and creative. By combining a diverse range of flavours and ingredients, the restaurant achieves a unique mix of dishes in a comfortable, but classy dining environment. From an escargot appetizer to lamb, pasta, or roast duck legs for a main course dinner, the Glenora Bistro has something for everyone. In addition, the wide selection of wines is a treat for those looking to complement their meals with a glass or to stop by the restaurant for dessert with friends. The Glenora Bistro serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
In 2007, Edmonton restaurateur Normand Campbell and Chef Cui Kouch revived the restaurant to its current popularity and renamed it the Glenora Bistro.