Popular Bakery Reserve table

9307 118 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0N3, Canada
20 Reviews 4

Make your dining dreams a reality at Popular Bakery, located at 9307 118 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0N3, Canada, with our user-friendly reservation page. Immerse yourself in a world of succulent dishes that will delight your taste buds. Secure a culinary journey by dialing +17804711770.

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Opening hours

Monday 07:30 - 18:00

Tuesday 07:30 - 18:00

Wednesday 07:30 - 18:00

Thursday 07:30 - 18:00

Friday 07:30 - 18:00

Saturday 07:30 - 17:00

Sunday 10:00 - 16:00




5 /5 Rating average

Very good food here. The bread and buns are to die for. The sandwhiches. Fries. All the deserts. Very good.

2 /5 Rating average

This little bakery/portuguese restaurant is nestled at the corner of 93 st and 118 ave in Edmonton. Having just recently returned from Portugal, a trip to refresh my recent experience was in order. This is a bakery, small restaurant, and mini grocery store all packed in together. Arriving mid afternoon, only a couple of others were here. One orders their food, pays, and sits down at one of the few tables. Clean and quiet adds to the appeal for me.The 1/2 chicken piri-piri style could be ordered in different heat levels, and I opted for spicy, with rice and a salad for $12.50. A bargain it should have been. A quick 10 monutes went by, and my order was ready. Fries, hmmm, but they appeared to be fresh cut, so. no biggy on not getting the rice. I should have sent the chicken back, some was warm, some cold, and not cooked through. Salad and the fries were good. I had a pastry, not sure what they called it, was probably a left over from the previous day. A coffee rounded out my lunch.The pork sandwich at the next table looked good, So I'll give them one more go.

5 /5 Rating average

We go to this bakery every couple of weeks or more often if possible. Just get the chicken sandwich. It is all about the bread. Well and the chicken. Oh and the hot peppers and fresh veggies. Great sandwiches. We also buy Sumol for the kids and Bom Dia my favorite Portuguese olive oil. If you like baked treats, you will also have a huge selection of fresh baked Portuguese pastries (another one of their specialties). What ever you do, try the sandwich.

4 /5 Rating average

Nice little backery. In my opinion, the pastries and treats are better @ Handy Bakery. Howver, the Cafe atmosphere and decor is much nicer, brighter, and more open at Popular Bakery. I have not tried their sandwiches or chicken, which are apparently delicious.

4 /5 Rating average

Awesome Portuguese bakery with Portuguese tarts, other sweets, piri piri chicken and a small selection of European dry goods as well as deli meats.

4 /5 Rating average

If you're looking for custard tarts look no further. Theses ladies make the best custard tarts in Edmonton!

4 /5 Rating average

I never really thought there were any Portuguese restaurants or eateries in Edmonton until I wandered down Alberta Ave one day and saw 3.

1 /5 Rating average

After seeing a TV story about The Bakery Truck with Backware around Edmonton, I found out it was from Popular Bakery. It was in the area so we were happy to give him an attempt at 10:30. No baguettes even though they were listed on the website menu for delivery. (Preorder, so that was not a big deal, just a little disappointment). Corn bread looked good, and many pastries to choose. I fetched a blueberry danish, Custard tare, Portugeuse Donut, and I asked what kind of sales shows cherry . Back to the car with the goods, the blueberry Danish tried to discover first, it was quite stale, at least one day old, and the blueberry Custard stopper tasted. Cover was apple, not cherry, and the whole floor of it was frozen, and also tasty spikes. Had no more than a bite of one. Custard tart was good, and the Portuguese donut (flat, almost like a beaver tail) was good, though greasy. First cut off the end of the corn bread was good, but after two slices got the center 'Goey' as it was baked. A pretty disappointment overall... and the service was only 'meh' could have been worse, I think, but more like a 2 out of 5. We're not back, even though we were in the area. Much better bakeries, such as Breadland and Eleanor Laurent south of the river on 109 St. Haven 't had a bad experience in both places with everything.