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Located in Edmonton's historic McLeod Building at 10132-100 Street.
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Edmonton, AB T5J 0N8
Canadian, French, Southern
Hours of Operation:
Tues - Thu: 5pm - 12am
Fri - Sat: 5pm - 1am
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Full Bar, Late Night
Woodwork Ratings and Reviews
Great location away from Rogers Centre area and close to theatre and Winspear. Parking and construction are both problematic. Small plates are a great option but nothing I tasted was memorable. It's a casual alternative to some of the 'big name' restaurants at this end of town.
The food and service is exceptional. We've dined here a few times in the past, and upon arriving during our latest visit we were informed that we were overcharged for a glass of wine during a previous visit...and they corrected the error by offering two complimentary glasses of wine. WHO DOES THAT!!!!?!?!? That's top notch in my opinion!
I would not recommend this restaurant. The quality of the food for the price is not reasonable. We ordered the steak that was $35.00. It was fatty, mealy and tough-definitely not worth the price. We had send back both our steaks because they were not cooked properly. The wine list starts at $50.00.
The ambiance is quite nice -the cocktail bar was hopping! Our service was excellent!
We had an awesome meal before the theatre. We shared the fries and curry ketchup to start, then shared the Toulouse sausage, sauerkraut and potato dish and finished with maple creme brûlée. It was all so delicious!
The decor was funky and service was prompt and professional!
Found the prices for drinks to be abut high, on wine by the glass in particular. $13 for a 5oz pour of average wine seems a bit steep to me.
The chicken drumsticks were fabulous with the host sauce. The Carmelita's Brussels sprouts were also delicious. I had the cod as my entree. I wasn't full afterwards, and I'm not a big eater or a big person. It was a bit dry and bland. The chickpea fritters were also a bit bland. None of it was bad.....just blah.
The service was very good, and it was packed in there.
We had the Toulouse sausage for two and it was absolutely delicious (although the "sauerkraut" had nothing "sauer" about it and was more like barely cooked coleslaw. The tuna ceviche was also incredible.
The cocktails were a great feature also.
Book your table or be ready to wait a while.
Excellent food, but evening spoilt by over eager waitress trying to get desserts picked while my wife (guest of honour as it was her birthday) was still eating her main course. I was short with her about it which I regretted but when I apologised a few minutes later did not expect a lecture in return.
Had supper with family and friends on a chilly Thursday night. Service was excellent from start to finish- server helped a friend with food allergies figure out which dishes would be ok, explained the cocktails in detail and was pleasant and efficient. Food was wonderful. I recommend the blackened cod with chickpea fritters, and husband said the steak was one of the best he's had. Go more for the small plates and mains than the desserts - only three options and none stellar. It is quite loud, even on a weeknight, but not so much you couldn't hear your tablemates. Try to get a table further back, when the front door opens, you get a blast of cold air. It is pricey, but where isn't in Edmonton? This was our second time here and would definitely go back.
My sister and I got a gift card for here and we came for our birthday. Service was excellent, waitress was not invasive and also very polite and relaxed. Food wasn't outstanding, but it was tasty, my short rib was very tender. BUT we all shared the sticky toffee pudding in actually 30 seconds, so so divine. I could LIVE off of it! Really enjoyed the atmosphere of the place. Great place to go if you are more of a foodie! Maybe in a few years I'll enjoy it more than I did ;-)
Couple friends and I dined at Woodwork recently and it was fantastic! Great ambiance fitting the name Woodwork. Large selection of cocktails and they will off-menu a drink for you based on preference. Our waitress was very knowledgeable on both the food and beverage options, providing several recommendations. The menu was very friendly for a gluten free requirement. And with a seasonal changing menu, we shall be back again & again.
Woodwork is awesome. This was our first visit and we were not disappointed. Excellent food, well prepared, reasonable portions, perfectly balanced flavors. Service was top notch. Our server was friendly and very knowledgeable about the menu, the preparations, the wine list, and the spirit list.
If you are familiar with the Hardware Grill or Corso 32 in Edmonton, I would put Woodwork in the same category. Prices are a little higher than other establishments, but the quality is worth it.
So good. We will be back.
Our server was both professional and knowledgeable; she came to top up our waters and check on our food with discretion and subtlety, which was appreciated!
For dinner, my friend had the Steak Frites and I had the Steak Tartare - excellent!
For dessert, we shared the Sticky Toffee Pudding - highly recommended
For drinks, an old fashioned and a French Lavender Fizz - superb!
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