Restaurants in Penticton

53% Off Indian Cuisine at Spice Magic


C$44.78 C$21

Chefs prepare fluffy naan breads and creamy raita to pair with dishes such as lamb rogan josh, chicken tikka, and vegetable curry

Up to 50% Off at Isshin Sushi Bar and Asian Dining


C$30 C$18

Traditional menu features sashimi, nigiri, sushi rolls such as chopped tuna belly and green onions, and hot tempura and udon

Bogners of Penticton – Up to 48% Off Dinner


C$124 C$70

Local ingredients shine in dishes such as seasonal wontons, smoked butternut squash soup, and pan-seared beef tournedos

41% Off Cheeseburgers and Fries at Burger 55


C$21.50 C$12.75


At a renovated 1946 garage eatery, handmade Angus patties, shredded aged cheddar, and piles of onions slide onto condiment-covered buns

Half Off at Sol Grill Room & Lounge at Holiday Inn Osoyoos


C$40 C$20


Filet mignon, wild salmon, and rack of lamb pair with wine in spacious eatery overlooking Lake Osoyoos

Up to 39% Off Rodizio at Boa Nova Restaurant


C$77.98 C$49

Gouchos make the rounds, serving eight different types of fire-roasted meat tableside

Up to 51% Off Fast Food at A&W


C$10.15 C$5

Five-ounce patties with toppings such as pickles, bacon, and cheddar, sided with fries and soft drinks; family meal with kid's packs

50% Off Gastropub Dinner at McCulloch Station Pub

Southeast Kelowna

C$60 C$30


Classic pub fare such as gourmet burgers with Guinness cheese or smoked gouda, thin-crust pizza, and specialty salads

Up to 44% Off Casual Fine Dining

Downtown Kelowna

C$40 C$23


Fine-dining restaurant with casual atmosphere features North American and international dishes such as New York steak and New Zealand lamb

Up to 46% Off Dinner at Social 242 Lounge and Grill

Central City

C$60 C$35


Anchored by a 250-bottle wine wall, sleekly decorated restaurant serves fresh seafood and steak at dinner

40% Off Gourmet Burgers at Sliderz Community House


C$20 C$12


Gourmet burgers, plus poutine, soups, and salads, all homemade

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During the annual Fall Wine Festival, Villa Rosa Ristorante Italiano hosts exclusive dinners paired with offerings from top Okanagan wineries. Luckily, Villa Rosa's Italian feasts aren't just available at these autumn events—the eatery's cooks use Okanagan Valley ingredients in their Italian-inspired dishes year-round.

Garlicky lemon-cream sauce coats tiger prawn appetizers, while marsala wine reductions flavour cuts of Villa Rosa's signature grilled lamb chops. Pasta-wise, cooks toss baby Caribbean lobster with linguini and sauté fusilli with blends of basil pesto and white wine; they even whip up gluten-free versions of every pasta dish. To complement meals, bartenders supply a steady stream of reds and whites sourced from Italy and local wineries.

795 Westminster Ave W

Though the Local Lounge • Grille’s 120-seat patio hovers over Lake Okanagan, the cuisine is close to the soil. Chef Paul Cecconi draws on locally grown ingredients for his menu of burgers, steaks, pastas, and seafood, which helped crown him the winner of the 2011 Ocean Wise Seafood Chowder Chowdown. Complex flourishes elevate classic dishes; Chef Cecconi adds a lavender glaze to beets and forms crispy falafel with chickpeas and Dungeness crab. Additionally, the eatery offers local craft beers and cocktails infused with Okanagan-made spirits.

12817 Lakeshore Dr S

Sweeping up accolades across Okanagan Life's Readers' Choice Awards, Victoria Rd Deli & Bistro bolsters its Mediterranean flourishes with fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. Ease into a lunchtime reprieve from high-noon showdowns by perusing the menu for appetizers such as the house-made frites, a potato, yam, and parsnip triad complemented by house-made ketchup ($8). Herd taste buds towards paninis stuffed with such gourmet fillings as the house-smoked duck ham, portobello mushrooms, and aged Balderson cheddar ($12). More robust entrees include the 6-ounce sirloin-steak sandwich on garlic toast ($13.50) or the classic duck confit, bedecked with local organic greens and Okanagan-cherry chutney ($12.50).

13615 Victoria Rd N

Known for our great food, warm friendly service and comfortable atmosphere. The Pasta Factory has been serving the locals of Penticton since 1991. Yes we are famous for pasta but also so much more...

236 Martin St

Domino’s has been decorating dough canvases with flavourful sauces, an assortment of cheeses, and high-quality toppings that range from classic to unconventional since 1960. Domino’s dough is tossed daily and stretched by human hands, not by clumsy catapults and model airplanes flying in opposite directions. Treat friends to a tasteful feast by checking the online menu and crafting a custom masterpizza with Domino's wide range of ingredients. Famished diners too starved to choose their own toppings can select from Domino’s Feasts, featuring pizzas loaded with a variety of meats and veggies. Pizzas such as the ExtravaganZZa, Hawaiian, or MeatZZa all impart a delicious diversity of tastes. Nonpizza fare includes chicken wings, boneless chicken bites, cheesy bread, twisty bread, garlic bread sticks, and cinnasticks or chocolate lava crunch cakes for dessert.

2050 Main St.

As pastry chef Gwyn Roberts and chef Dylan Sexton concoct sweet and savoury eats, respectively, teapots whistle merrily to declare their readiness for an infusion of traditional or organic teas. The duo craft everything from sugary petits fours to blazingly spicy chorizo sausage, served for lunch, dinner, and at a traditional British afternoon tea service, complete with crustless sandwiches and three-tiered trays.

Breezes waft into the dining room through the vast windows embedded into the curved facade, and tiny potted plants dotting the sills soak up the sunlight. On walls hang the works of local artists, providing them with a venue for self-expression and a free meal for the paintings after their decoration shift.

483 Main St