They have calzones, greek salads, baklava, homemade soups, etc.
And actually, if you are looking into milkshakes but don't want to get up to Edmonton Trail, you could also try Fat City Franks for their malted milkshakes.They have five locations around the city, one of them just at the corner of 17th and 14th (mentioned above).Alternatively, if you are on a budget, it's lunch, and you want some really good, quick Thai, try Jacky's Thai in Eau Claire Market.I'm rather fond of the chicken korma as well as the goat curry.They also make a pretty mean live cam sex met een één-op-één interactie pad thai, and have subs, vietnamese coffee, bubble tea, etc.
Pig and Duke - pub just off the corner of 12th and 12th.
Gaga Pizzeria - just down the street from the Pig and Duke is this little pizza place run by a Hungarian couple.They also offer takeout!The burgers aren't really praiseworthy, but the milkshakes will bring the boys to the yard.Recommend the ph bò kho or the bánh xèo.The man working behind the counter there (the owner maybe?) is just about the nicest guy ever.Alternatively, if driving out isn't that appealing, try Red's Diner or Galaxie Diner in Beltline.And did I mention that this place goes really easy on your wallet?
The chefs change the main dishes each week but you are guaranteed a wide selection from a buffet-style brunch.
Green Chili - hard to say what is the best Indian food in Calgary, but Green Chili makes a fairly convincing choice.