Tourism Saskatchewan

Eating

Savour Saskatchewan or sample the world

Saskatchewan’s multicultural heritage shines through in the wide variety of restaurants you’ll find. The menus of most family restaurants reflect the hearty meat and potatoes fare of our early European settlers: steaks, chicken, pork, burgers, sausage and locally-made bread are staples. Imported seafood or the local freshwater catch-of-the-day add to the variety.

Hungry for pizza? Saskatchewan is famous for pizza piled high with layers of scrumptious toppings.

Saskatchewan is also home to the wonderfully unique Cypress Hills Vineyard and Winery, the only winery in the province. See the video below to learn more.

Many fine dining establishments serve more exotic cuisine, from French to Italian, to fusion and beyond. A wealth of Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants have been supplemented with a new wave of Japanese and Korean in recent years, giving Asian food lovers a variety of choices.

Friendly pubs welcome you with great food and atmosphere, or maybe a quiet wine bar after a long day of sightseeing is more in order. From black-tie to drive-through, Saskatchewan always hits the spot.

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Nothing works up an appetite like some serious shopping.

In Regina, get hungry while stocking up at shops in the Cathedral Village.

In Saskatoon, hit the Broadway Area for great one-of-a-kind shops.