Although there is a great selection of deli style food at Teddy's, it does not feel like a deli. This restaurant has more of an Old English ambiance, ... More
Teddy's Pub & Deli
Although there is a great selection of deli style food at Teddy's, it does not feel like a deli. This restaurant has more of an Old English ambiance, with cozy booths and old-fashioned curtains on the windows. The pub is located in a separate room. The menu is extensive, featuring Canadian cuisine. The corned beef sandwich might just be best in the city. There is also a great selection of steaks and sandwiches. Located a few blocks west of downtown, Teddy's offers a hearty taste of Canada.
When first i visited there with bunch of friend we were amazed with the interior decoration. It is one of the classy restaurant in Edmonton. We asked to our waiter what's the best to have, he said of course steaks are the best here. So we ordered steaks. I ordered a rib-eye steak for my self. Taste and the smell of the steak is unforgettable . i am definitely go there for my next visit. You get more then you pay. Great friendly service. It's one of you must do things, If you haven't tried steak at Teddy's.
My girlfriend and I went to Teddy's Grill, just last week. It was a Friday night, and it looked like we might not be able to get a seat. But as luck would have it, our cute waitress found us a cozy seat by the fireplace in the lounge. The plates passing us by all appeared to be piled high, so we chose to skip appetizers, substituting with some great fruity Martinis (kinda girly I know) from their extensive Martini List. Service was prompt and friendly, and before we knew it, we were enjoying two fabulous meals. The girlfriend chose to have a Mustard Dill Salmon that was on special, although not featured on the menu. It was cooked perfectly -- or so I was told, since she wouldn't share. I myself had the filet mignon, which I could cut with a butter knife. I have to say that the sign spoke true, and it really was the best steak I ever had. My vegetables were a little mushy, and I suspect they were the frozen ones out of the bag. Upon mentioning this to our server, she assured us that the new ownership at Teddy's was working on providing some fresher seasonal vegetables instead. I have to say that after the Martini's, Dinner and a glass of wine each to go with the meal, my date and I were both stuffed. Dessert looked great, Lemon Meringue pies with 4" Meringue. I hope that I will get to try it next time I return to Edmonton. Overall I would say that it was a great experience.
Since the first floor is smoking area, we didn't stop there and went to the second-floor restaurant. It's beautifully restored, very pleasant surroundings, with music from 1920s and 30s quitely playing in the background. The menu is very short and basic. I ordered field greens salad which, according to the menu description, was supposed to have mandarin wedges and almonds in it. None of that was found in the salad and there was such strong taste of mould that I had to immediately run to the washroom and spit it out. My husband ordered onion cakes and they were OK but nothing spectacular. For the main course I ordered baked salmon. It was very well prepared, not overdone, and very tasty but the portion was very small, no more than 4 ounces. It was served with small amount of saffron rice which tasted plastic, and a tablespoon of diced baked (or grilled) zucchini which was OK. My husband and my mother each had 6 ounce filet, well done, with small red potatoes and aforementioned zucchinis. The steak was excellent, just perfect (I had a bite just to taste it). We had some red wine and my mother had one cocktail. We didn't order any deserts. The bill came to $82, with my mouldy salad figuring prominently. We added the tips but subtracted the salad ($6).
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