02 July 2015

Scoop n Roll

Ice cream.. rolls.. ?!?! That's right.

If you have me on Snapchat, you probably would've seen my story spam about Scoop n Roll yesterday. I discovered this little food truck last week and knew I had to go check them out ASAP. Andrew, the super nice owner, is the mastermind for bringing this ice cream concept "made right before your eyes". It originated from Thailand and is the only one found in Canada! Us Yeggers are lucky people. 

Where is Scoop n Roll located? 
In a food truck/concession trailer found in front of Canadian Tire on 97 street and 162 ave. Another northside treasure! It isn't operated everyday so you can keep track of them through the Edmonton Street Food app or their Facebook (link here).

Cora Breakfast and Lunch

I remember back in high school, Cora was one of my favorite restaurants to go to (note: this was when I was not a foodie). I was actually pretty sad when I heard that the Cora I frequented the most, in the northwest, had burnt down a few years ago. Thankfully, they rebuilt it from scratch and recently opened it again in the spring time this year. 

There are a few Cora locations in and around the city but I prefer the north side location, on 137 ave. The inside is bright and cheery with yellow walls, like the original restaurant used to be. It gives off a "family" atmosphere and the friendly service adds to it. Cora is your typical breakfast place with different choices revolving around eggs, crepes, waffles, french toast, and omelettes. They also have a page of specials as well. Everything is decently priced on the menu.