Located on the South side of the river in what looks to be a very residential neighborhood, the small strip of stores stuck out. The restaurant itself is very small, so small that we had to wait outside while they got our table ready. Inside there are banquettes lining all the walls, with tables in front of them and chairs on the other side of the tables.
We also discovered a delectable accompaniment to dessert, the Michele Chiarolo Nivole Moscato d’Asti, a bright, effervescent, crisp, and refreshing tasting dessert wine that tasted of peaches.
I think Red Ox Inn is a place I’d go back to, perhaps on a special occasion as the prices are just slightly higher than average for Edmonton. However, if I got that same server again, I would definitely ask him to just serve us the food and save us the spiel and sales pitch.
Red Ox Inn
9420 91 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T6C 1Z5