Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Elephant and Castle Gift Card Giveaway!

Elephant and Castle Pub and Restaurant has been a fixture on Whyte Ave in Edmonton for as long as my humans can remember. Their menu combines classic British pub fare with North American dishes. In order to keep up with the changing and burgeoning restaurant landscape, they’ve launched a summer menu filled with lighter options, perfect for patio dining on a hot night! The dishes include mussels steamed in a beer cream sauce, a spicy tempura shrimp, a shawarma style grilled chicken breast wrapped in garlic naan bread, as well as a honey dijon salad.


It’s nice to see that they’re offering some lighter dishes in addition to their heartier dishes like mini stuffed yorkies, as it’s a nice place to grab a drink during The Edmonton International Fringe Festival.

Although I haven’t had a chance to try out their new summer menu yet, I want to give you a chance to try them out! I’m giving away one $50 gift card to Elephant and Castle, so you can try their new summer menu! They’re also looking for feedback on their menu, which you can provide at their Test Sheet website.

To enter, you MUST leave a blog comment answering the question: "What's your favourite traditional English dish?". Note that if you indicate via Rafflecopter that you did something, but you actually didn’t (eg. Followed on Twitter), entries will be checked and verified, and those that are false will be considered invalid - just to be fair to those that actually did. The deadline to enter is Midnight MST Wednesday, June 17, 2015. (NOW CLOSED)

UPDATED Thursday, June 18, 2015: The contest is now closed! Thanks to everyone who participated, we had over 90 entries! The winner is @AEWomacks ! Congratulations and I hope you enjoy your meal at Elephant & Castle!

Elephant & Castle
10314 Whyte Ave
Edmonton, AB  T6E 1Z8
780-439-4545
Twitter: @elephantcastle

11 comments:

  1. I'm boring. My favourite english dish is fish and chips.

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  2. You can NEVER go wrong with steak & ale pie - flaky puff pastry drooped over tender melt-in-your-mouth chunks of steak in a thick, delicious ale gravy...served piping hot! mmmmmm!!!

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  3. Good ol' cottage pie/Shepherd's pie

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  4. Nothing is quite as good as a delicious scone with devonshire cream... or really anything that comes with high tea.

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  5. Oh yummy scotch eggs. Yum yum yum. Not with minced "feeb" of course my bovine pal. Heh heh

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  6. I love roast beef and Yykshire pudding

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  7. I love roast beef and yorkshire pudding

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