There are a lot of good Italian places in Edmonton but when it comes to quality and price, nothing beats Cafe Amore Bistro. Hands down, this is one of my favourite places in the city.
This is the awning in the back where you can find a decent amount of parking spots. If not, there’s tons of street parking.
There’s always specials going on. A few feature cocktails being advertised out front.
Inside, there’s normally a featured appetizer and pasta up on the chalkboard.
Every time I go to Cafe Amore, it’s busy. One Friday, it was so slammed for lunch that they were turning people away. Be smart and make a reservation!
The interior is quaint and cozy with family photos lining the walls/ceiling and checkered tablecloths round out the traditional Italian décor. Sit at the bar, tables or enjoy the breeze with their outside patio, you can’t really go wrong.
The menu consists of two pages. Everything is delicious. Seriously, I don’t think I’ve ever ordered a bad dish. But what you want to zone in on is the “Daily Pasta Specials”.
The best part? It’s only $10.00! Yeah, that’s not a typo. $10.00 dollars. I’ve been saving this review up so that I could try every pasta special! Mission accomplished.
Too bad they don’t have buy 10 pastas and get one free type cards, I’d be soooo close to finishing one off. Haha.
I couldn’t figure out the best way to organize all these pictures so I guess we’ll go by most recent trips. Leeeeeeeeeeeeeeet’s go.
A little belated birthday celebrations after we checked out Rock Jungle Boulders.
A trip with the parents because they’d never been or something along those lines. Came for a Tuesday night dinner.
Another Tuesday visit but this time with family from out of town.
Amore pescatore ($35.00)
Amore’s signature pasta with king crab, prawns, mussels, baby shrimp and baby clams tossed in either a garlic white wine or tomato sauce. We went with the garlic white wine. Decent variety of seafood including crab leg, mussells, clams and shrimp.
This one was with a friend. It might have been date night.
An ex co-worker lunch to celebrate her birthday.
Another lunch but this time with Dbone. Only time I would try their paninis.
I’ve already praised Cafe Amore before so if you haven’t gone already, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR. Can’t wait for them to open up their new restaurants too!
Cafe Amore Bistro
10807 – 106 Avenue