Cafe Mosaics

Well, he certainly has and other Edmontonians thinking about Sunday brunch!

Do I have something on my face?

One aspect of the foodie trend that I love is the subsequent dying stereotypes surrounding vegetarian cuisine. The image of tasteless tofu sitting next to raw vegetables is far from reflecting what actually makes up really good vegetarian dishes. Edmonton’s been moving in this direction for a long time with awesome comfort food spots like the Clever Rabbit on 124 Street and my personal favourite food truck ever, Sailin’ On, the owner of which now also runs the kitchen at the Buckingham on Whyte Avenue.

A new favourite haunt of mine for vegetarian comfort food options is Garneau’s Café Mosaics. Nestled near the end of Whyte Avenue, just past the Silk Road Spice Merchant, sits the unassuming eatery that looks like it’s been crafted entirely from recycled materials. Some of the tables have wicker basket chairs, perfect for storing jackets and bags when you sit down to eat.

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