About Cibo Bistro
Edmonton, AB T5K2X4
“Cibo" (pronounced CHEE-bo) means food in Italian, and that’s what this Italian Bistro is all about. We like to keep the menu simple, tasty, and focused, using fresh local ingredients. Cure our own meats, make our own cheese and hand roll our pasta. We try to make almost everything in house with a menu that changes seasonally.
* Due to the popularity of our weekends, parties of 4 or less are requested to limit their stay to 2 hours in courtesy of reservations booked after them, thank you in advance *
Large parties of 8 or more will be charged an automatic gratuity of 18%
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday-Friday: 11:30am-2:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday-Saturday: 5:00pm-10:00pm
104 Ave & 112 Street
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Tucked away off 104th Ave in Oliver Village picture a garden side patio, and a Bistro adorned with candle lit tables, modern pieces and finished off with old world touches. The 50 seat modern Italian Bistro is perfect for a romantic night out, an intimate evening with friends or a large gathering of family and co-workers. 5 course tasting menus paired with wine are available with reservation. Private bookings are also available for large corporate functions & private parties.
Cibo Bistro is located in Oliver Village which provides a full size FREE public parking lot. Cibo Bistro's front door faces the garden area, so park where ever you like and walk on over.
Starting August 2016 guests will be required to register their licence plate in a tablet located at the front door. Failure to do so will result in a $75 ticket.
#2, (#112 - #111 weekdays)
One Block walk from Grant Macewan College Bus Hub
BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Gluten-free Menu, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Special events and dinners are hosted at Cibo Bistro throughout the year. We've been known to bring in wine makers from Italy or host a fun event taking you on a mini trip to Italy for the night. Follow us on twitter @cibobistroedm or like us on Facebook to stay in the know of our upcoming events.
Cibo Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Lovely atmosphere, wonderful knowledgeable server, lots of wine choices and of course great food. A nice evening out in a relaxed atmosphere. You have to order sides to accompany your meal so a little more expensive then you might find elsewhere. The quality of food and service was excellent.
Overall a great night.
Cibo is amazing. From the decor to the food to the staff. Always leave with my belly full and happy and I go to see the amazing Lisa Caputo and Ashley Selig who is the most amazing server ever that makes you feel like you are at home with family.
If you have not been here, I highly recommend it.
Chef Rosario Caputo is a force to be reckoned with. His feature sandwiches and bruschetta trios blow my mind every time.
From the moment we walked in the door, we were made to feel very welcome. Our waitress was simply outstanding in every way - she obviously really likes what she does and is a real professional. The food was great, and the pace of service was just right. Overall, an excellent evening with good friends, which we will repeat soon!
Cibo puts out fantastic food, period. This restaurant is one of the best dining experiences in Edmonton. Located in the easy to access Oliver Square, Cibo has a menu that is creative and crafted with care. The food is delicious and exciting. The atmosphere is quite pleasant, with soft music that does not interfere with conversation. The menu is more on the expensive side, but the overall experience from the waiters and the chefs is worth every penny. I would recommend asking the servers what they recommend, your taste buds will not be disappointed. I would highly recommend this restaurant for any occasion for any group size.
Wow! That was my favourite meal I've had at this restaurant and I've been here many times. The sable fish was the highlight and unfortunately it didn't last. It was perfectly cooked with no dry spots or under-cooked areas. The Barolo went well with everything. The Tagliatelle was Al dente. The hazelnut chocolate dessert was not too sweet and rounded it off well. It was a good way to celebrate before going back to school.
We went to Cibo for a date night, and it was perfect. We came early, shortly after they opened, and the place was very quiet and welcoming. Our server was incredibly friendly and helpful -- she wasn't afraid to laugh at herself either. The food was wonderful (forgive my lack of memory for names though): we started with the Ricotta Cakes which my wife loved, though I enjoyed them a little less. I had the lamb and she had pasta with a duck ragu -- both absolutely excellent. We finished our meal with the "donuts". Overall, excellent service and great food. Would recommend, but ensure you're willing to pay their prices (ours was ~$130 including a couple glasses of wine).
On my third visit to Cibo, I think it's getting even better...This was quite simply one of the best meals I have had in Edmonton. Arancini were sublime, octopus popped with flavour, tortellini in brodo was remarkable, and the lamb was succulent. Such gorgeous blending of flavours and textures in a beautiful space, with effortless service. As much as I love Corso 32, I am thinking that Cibo just may have eclipsed it in quality.
We are 4 ladies who dine together monthly. We have returned to Cibo many times. This is, in our opinion, one of the best restaurants in Edmonton. The food is always delicious from the appetizers right through to dessert. We love the arancini, we all enjoyed the feature soup (changes regularly) and the accompanying bread. We couldn't resist the bread pudding for dessert. The coffee and wine completed a wonderful dining experience. Our server, Ashley, was just perfect. Thank you to all at Cibo.
Had high hopes that were quickly dashed. The food was good but lacked the "wow" factor - very pedestrian and VERY overpriced...for instance we were charged ala carte pricing for French bread that wasn't French bread - looked like Safeway loaves. Our server took forever, effusive when he finally bothered to come back. Very unimpressed, don't recommend it.
This is a lovely restaurant in every way. Pricey but absolutely delicious. The polenta appetizer is, I think, the best starter I have ever had. A fish special was tasty as was my husband's beef and pasta. Service was just right. Will definitely go back for special occasions or just for a glass of wine and that polenta!
I had high hopes for this place. We each ordered the pasta dish and it was lack luster. The pasta was underdone, the portions were small and the sauce was just okay. We also tried the chocolate cake; which was dry. Would not come back since we drove out of our way to come here from downtown core. Even though it was a 9 min ride, I would have rather walked across the street from my office for food.
Went for our daughter's 21st birthday. We had a later reservation on a Tuesday evening so the restaurant was not busy. The food as always was delicious, but we found that this particular night the food took an inordinate length of time to come out after ordering. This has not been our experience on past visits, and since the restaurant was only about one-quarter full it was not expected. Since we had ordered multiple courses it made for a very long weeknight meal.
The food was very good and nice temperature. My only complaints are that the lights were so dim for the size of writing I could not read the menu and there was a very large group right beside our small intimate table so we couldn't hear each other (and we have perfect hearing and vision). Server was excellent and the Old Fashioned that my husband had was one of the best he has ever had.
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