Located in Cameron Heights serving up steak and fish supplied by local farmers and mongers.
Paul Shufelt followed his mom around the kitchen as a child but you could say his true culinary education began at 16, when he took a job as a dishwasher. After a short stint working in Montreal, Paul enrolled in the culinary apprenticeship program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, while he worked under Chef Thomas Neukom at the Buffalo Mountain Lodge in Banff, AB. Upon completion of the program in 2001, Paul traveled to Switzerland to hone his craft, working with Chef Urs Thommen at Gasthof Baren Utzenstorf.
The inspiration for Workshop Eatery takes him back to his younger days, eating the bounty of the season and cooking simple comfort food, like mom used to.
When Chef Paul isn’t in kitchen he keeps busy by writing his weekly column for the Edmonton Sun where he provides mouth-watering and stress-free recipes for the modern family. Along with sharing his love and knowledge of anything food related, Chef Paul enjoys giving back to the community by supporting two of his favourite charities, Youth Empowerment Support Services, and Ronald McDonald House. When he has a few minutes to spare, he makes time to dream about food and family.
Went to Hayloft for Father’s Day brunch and were incredibly impressed. The lobster eggs Benedict was one of the best things I’ve ever tasted. The staff genuinely care and ensure you’re always looked after. Can’t wait to try dinner here!
639 Cameron Heights Dr NW
Edmonton, AB T6M 0J2
Sat & Sun 10:00am–2:00pm
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