Our focus at Workshop is to create seasonal fare, highlighting what’s fresh using ingredients from our region and our nation. While not all of our ingredients will be found in our backyard, when it’s the best choice we will choose to support local. While refined, our cuisine is handcrafted, approachable and unpretentious.
Our room is warm, rustic and inviting. Our kitchen is open, nothing to hide here. Our people and our hospitality is genuine. We aim to create a welcoming place, where we know our neighbors by name and they feel more like guests in our home than customers in our business. We hope to be a great addition to the community of The Mosaic Centre, Summerside, and the greater Edmonton area.
This area can accommodate up to 70 people for a seated traditional style dinner, or up to 100-110 for a reception style event.We can offer plated meals ranging from $55 per person for 3 courses, up to $80 or more person, depending on how elaborate and detailed a dining experience you are looking for. We can also offer buffets, or plated receptions, with prices varying according to your appetite and budget.Our most popular style of experience for this space is our Kitchen Party, which includes various food stations as well as tray passed reception items. This experience allows your guests to mix and mingle while taking in the various food offerings, while also allowing us to accommodate larger groups, up to 125 people. To rent out the entire space for an evening would require a minimum spend of $9000 before tax and gratuity.
At Workshop Eatery, when we think of catering to our guests, we think of creating handcrafted cuisine and warm, genuine hospitality each and every time. That same experience is what you can expect when we cater your private event. Be it an intimate evening in your home with friends and loved ones, a meal in one of the Mosaic Centre’s private spaces to mark one of life’s special occasions, or a large-scale reception for the team in your office, we aim to work hand in hand with you to create the one-of-a-kind experience you were aiming for. While we can offer set menus for you to choose from, we prefer to work with you to create something special, that meets your desires, and your budget. Our aim is to look after all of the little details, leaving you to relax and shine as the consummate host/hostess. Our wealth of experience allows us to deliver on our commitment to providing you with a world-class experience, no matter the size or scale of your desires.
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.
2003 91 St SW
Edmonton, AB T6X 0W8
SAT 10AM–3PM | 5PM–10PM
SUN 10AM–3PM | 5PM–9PM
SAT & 10AM–3PM
2003 91 St SW, Edmonton, AB T6X 0W8, Canada
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