We hope you’re hungry! For our inaugural Chinatown Dining Week, we’ve engaged five restaurants who will be showcasing some of the best dishes they have to offer in two-course, $15 fixed price menus.
What: Chinatown Dining Week
When: January 20 – 28, 2018
Where: 5 restaurants in Edmonton’s Chinatown
The $15 specials below will be offered for dinner over the nine days (menus and hours are subject to change).
- Asian Express Hot Pot, 10586 100 Street (Chinatown location)
Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-1:30am, Friday-Sunday 11am-2:30am
Appetizer: two golden fried buns (served with condensed milk)
Main: Hotpot (soup base, choice of four items, vegetable basket)
- Cui Hua Gui Lin Noodle House, 10626 97 Street
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11am-10pm, closed Mondays
Appetizer: bacon wrapped shrimp
Main: beef brisket vermicelli in soup (Guilin style)
- King Noodle House Pho Hoang, 10615 97 Street (cash only)
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 10am-7:30pm, closed Mondays & Tuesdays
Appetizer: spring roll and grilled pork ball platter
Main: choice of large bowl of pho
- Taipan Cafe Restaurant, 10627 97 Street
Hours: Thursday-Tuesday 11am-11pm, closed Wednesdays
Coffee or tea
Main, choice of:
fish filet with garlic shrimp (served with fries & garlic toast)
8 oz. sirloin steak with garlic shrimp (served with fries & garlic toast)
club house hot plate with steak, chicken filet and smokies (served with fries & garlic toast)
chicken filet, pork chip and fish filet (served with steamed rice or spaghetti)
- Viphalay Laos and Thai Restaurant, 10724 95 Street (Stadium location)
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-2pm (lunch) and Tuesday – Sunday 5-9pm (dinner), closed Mondays
Main: choice of any curry or stir fry (served with coconut rice)
Dessert: choice of roti rolls, banana envelope, or scoop of coconut ice cream
If the menus haven’t whet your appetite, we’ll be updating the website over the next two weeks leading up to the event with features on each of the participating restaurants.
9 thoughts on “Chinatown Dining Week Menus”
wow Taipan is going for the full Chinese experience with the sirloin steak and fries. SMH who put this together?
Haha that’s what we said!