Restaurants in Saskatoon


Pizza, Wings, and Ribs at Swan Pizza (Up to 30% Off). Two Options Available.

Swan Pizza

Swan Pizza

Pizzeria sates party-time cravings with a slew of pizzas—including the cajun shrimp and feta—chicken wings, and ribs

C$20 C$14

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Mennonite and Eastern European Cuisine at Taunte Maria's Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Taunte Maria's Restaurant

Taunte Maria's Restaurant

Menu includes omelets, porridge, steak and eggs, pancakes, and traditional Mennonite breakfast of pork cracklings, eggs, and potatoes

C$20 C$12

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Pita Sandwiches, Pita Meal for Two, or Pita Platter for 10–12 at Extreme Pita – Midtown Plaza (Up to 38% Off)

Extreme Pita Midtown Plaza Saskatoon

Midtown Plaza Food Court

Pita bread infuses meals from around the world, from California pizzas to falafel sandwiches to Thai beef wraps

C$8 C$5

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Mexican Food on Sunday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday at La Bamba Cafe (50% Off)

La Bamba Cafe

La Bamba Cafe

Pair traditional chipotle-beef tacos and enchiladas with a margarita or spicy Mexican hot chocolate spiked with coffee or liqueur

C$25 C$12.50

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$7.50 for $15 Worth of Indian and Pakistani Cuisine at Mogul Divaan

Mogul Divaan

Mount Royal

Clay ovens bake the naan that accompanies lamb and beef curry dishes; chutney pairs with vegetarian samosas amid Pakistani music

C$15 C$7.50

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One Grab & Go Meal or Five Prepared Meals from Dinner Rush (Up to38% Off)

Dinner Rush

Dinner Rush

Guests pick up prepared meals that include easy-to-follow cooking instructions

C$35 C$22

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Dinner for Two or Four at Izumi Japanese Restaurant (Up to Half Off)

Izumi Korean and Japanese Restaurant

Brevoort Park

Fresh sashimi and more

C$25 C$13

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Fresh Asian Cuisine for Two or Four at Wok Box (Up to 46% Off)

Wok Box

Multiple Locations

Indian, Thai, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine come together in pan-Asian boxes full of jasmine rice, ribbon noodles, and sweet ginger sauce

C$22.98 C$13

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Seafood and Drinks at Joey's Seafood Restaurant (45% Off)

Joeys Only Seafood Restaurant

8th Street

Poached, grilled, blackened, and fried seafood options share menu with rotisserie chicken and brews in family-friendly eatery

C$20 C$12

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A&W Restaurant, one of the largest burger chains in Canada, has been trapping burgers between buns and filling cups with creamy root beer for generations of famished families. Choose from a brood of belly-busting burgers, such as the Papa Burger, leading the pack with two beef patties (a $4.92 value). The Baby Burger induces burger purists to shed a single tear upon seeing the simple beef patty on a bun salaciously adorned with nothing but A&W seasoning and a dollop of ketchup (a $1.89 value). The beefy Uncle Burger (a $5.70 value, $0.50 extra for cheese) bogarts all the mouth room, sprawling its sirloin patty and lettuce-tomato-onion suit all over tongue sofas. Round out a meaty meal with a medium order of crisp fries (a $2.79 value) and a medium soda (a $2.34 value).
2512 8th St E
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
La Bamba del Norte prides itself on serving authentic, made-from-scratch Mexican fare inspired by the northern state of Chihuahua. Boasting a slew of classics prepared the traditional way, the menu lists such savoury fan favourites as burritos ($14), sizzling fajitas ($17), and spicy chipotle enchiladas ($16), as well as less familiar fare. These include La Bamba's dinner-only grilled specialties such as alambre, a skewered affair involving steak, bacon, onions, cheese, and midnight assignations ($18), and parrillada, a barbecued mélange of steak, ham, pineapple, and cheese ($18). Desserts from the fryer include light and airy sopapillas ($5) or deep-fried ice cream ($5). La Bamba mixes its signature margarita ($9.50) with a house-made blend of 100 per cent real fruit and genuine agave tequilas. The kitchen offers an array of gluten-free options and can transmogrify most of its meat-centric dishes into vegetarian, vegan, or virtual-reality variants.
234 Primrose Drive
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
Mandarin Restaurant is the brainchild of Benson Hong, and his vision comes to life each day with the help of his family. According to PacificSun.com his son, Raymond, helps in the dining room, while wife, Lily, aids in the kitchen. The menu however, is the masterwork of head chef Rei-Li Lin, and blends Hunan, Shanghai, Canton, and Szechuan styles of cooking. It features many dishes made by dim sum "master" Li-Feng Lin, who makes her own dough from scratch to craft her delicacies. The duo utilizes local, farm-fresh poultry and meat, fall-off-the rack lamb, noodles, and even marinated jellyfish to augment their traditional Asian dishes. And when ordered 24 hours in advance, the talented chefs can even cultivate complex gourmet presentations of dungeness crab, peking duck, or the food section of tomorrow's newspaper.
245 20 Street West
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
Once seated at one of Seoul Saskatoon's grill-equipped tables, a friendly waitstaff hands diners an iPad to scroll through the menu. As they view the display pictures, diners learn the ingredients and history of traditional dishes such as jeon, a potato pancake, and the stir-fried pork. If unfamiliar with a dish, curious epicureans can click on videos to watch how to best enjoy the fare. The high-tech ordering process is counterbalanced as chefs blend classic sauces and barbecue gurus grill up pork ribs and uncured bacon right before diners' third eyes on tabletop grills. Once guests have finished their meal, a server congratulates them with a complimentary cup of sujeonggwa, a chilled, sweet Korean beverage crafted from cinnamon, ginger, and peppercorn.
334 20 Street West
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
As the house restaurant of Paddock Wood Brewing Co., The Woods Alehouse specializes in filling glasses with frothy, frosty pours of all of its parent brewery's beers. But the list doesn't end there: a gallery of more than 65 craft beers also includes bottles from Europe and all around North America. To complement these brews, chefs curate a list of rustic pub dishes made from fresh, natural ingredients, including meatloaf and biscuits, three-bean and beer chili, and slow-roasted pork sandwiches. A selection of vintage board games and regular events, such as live music, provide a diversion in-between bites and sips.
148 2 Avenue North
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
La Bamba Cafe’s chefs eschew simplistic taco fillings in favour of complexly seasoned cuts of steak, pulled chicken, and chipotle beef, which get layered with traditional mexican condiments such as dollops of salsa and sprinklings of fresh cilantro. They use family recipes to create each dish, but they also modify their tacos, quesadillas, and chilies rellenos to suit the needs of gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan dietary restrictions. The café’s margaritas, mexican beers, and mexican hot chocolates spiked with coffee or liqueurs pair well with any meal and lend earthy hues to the miniature napkin paintings you might want to leave for the waitstaff.
1015 Boychuck Dr
Saskatoon,
SK
CA
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