Restaurants in Winnipeg

50% Off Café Fare at Amma's Tearoom & Gift Shop


C$20 C$10

Light dishes such as quiche with spring greens, assorted tea sandwiches, and cranberry-chicken salad with raspberry vinaigrette

Up to 50% Off Contemporary Food at The Oakwood Café


C$20 C$12


Dig into beef stroganoff with sirloin steak, veggie pasta, or a signature burger piled with crisp bacon, cheddar, and sautéed mushrooms

50% Off at Reuby's Gastropub


C$25 C$12.50

Diners tuck into gastropub fare such as the Reuby burger with bacon, cheddar, and signature Reuby's sauce—the pub's take on russian dressing

Up to 44% Off Pitas and Smoothies

Pita Pit Sterling Lyon Parkway

C$15 C$9

Pitas stuffed with grilled meat, veggies, spices and topped with sauces

Up to 54% Off International Food at Dhoom Restaurant & Lounge

Downtown Winnipeg

C$30 C$15

Classic Canadian dishes served alongside traditional Indian curry, tandoori, and butter chicken

Up to Half Off American Food at Sunny and Rose's Restaurant

Roblin Park

C$20 C$10


American food such as steak and seafood complemented by selection of East Indian entrees, including chicken tikka masala and palak paneer

43% Off at SelFISH the Sushi Shop


C$30 C$17.25

Sushi chefs craft specialty rolls such as the Jailhouse Rock roll with prawns, spicy tuna, and feta, and the bacon roll with honey mustard

Up to 52% Off at Fude Inspired Cuisine & Wine Bar

River - Osborne

C$60 C$29


Innovative plates feature Manitoba vegetables, meats, and seafood as well as gluten-free options

50% Off Upscale Italian Food at Teo's and Mano A Mano


C$60 C$30


Shredded-duck arancini with marinated cucumber, wood-fired pizza with ricotta and tarragon, and rosemary lamb chops and cauliflower

Half Off Pub Food, Drinks, and Games at Rec Room

Pembina Strip

C$30 C$15

Play ping-pong, pool, foosball, and arcade games while chowing down on bar bites and sipping drinks

50% Off at Bernstein’s Deli

River Heights

C$10 C$5

Family owned deli serves traditional and unique comfort foods, including pastrami sandwiches and housemade warm corned beef sandwiches

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A crepe recipe may be simple, but transforming the thin batter of eggs, milk, flour, and butter into the paper-thin pancakes takes concentration and expertise—two traits mastered by the chefs at Caramel Crêpe. Once cooked to a golden brown on the flat griddle while diners watch, the traditional, buckwheat, and gluten-free canvases are decorated with everything from a simple sprinkling of cinnamon and sugar to a complex spread of melted mozzarella, smoked chicken breast, and spinach and pesto. Customers can choose from a menu of nearly 20 combinations, each named after the owners’ family and friends and in remembrance of their personal experiences and childhood goldfish. A sleek bistro-like ambiance sets the scene for noshing morning, noon, and night, and it's not unusual to spot a few local celebrities hanging around the eatery, such as Sylvia Kuzyk of CTV.

1 Forks Market Road

When the Godinez family opened the first La Bamba in Saskatoon in 2007, part of their impetus was the exhaustion of searching for the authentic bouquet of flavours that bursts forth in traditional Mexican dishes. "We were tired of trying restaurants that pretended to be Mexican," Juan Godinez says on La Bamba's website, "but were never [finding] the real flavours we were craving." Their solution was that first restaurant in Saskatoon, whose success has bloomed into a family of three Mexican eateries. Today, the restaurant clings to its culinary roots by serving up enchiladas, flautas, tostadas and other authentic Mexican meals. They also offer gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options for those with dietary restrictions and those who firmly believe that they're stegosauruses.

222 Osborne Street, Suite 22

In 1964, brothers Leroy and Forrest Raffel banded together to come up with a new restaurant concept. Arby's took off almost immediately on the coattails of its hallmark roast-beef sandwich and the founders’ idea of providing customers with fast, quality food. Over the company's 48-year franchise history, its foundational pièce de résistance of thinly sliced, juicy beef has been served in a many permutations, and continues to be popular today, served at more than 3,500 stores in North America. Today’s menu still ignites appetites with traditional beef sandwiches, plus hot and seasoned curly fries, fresh-chopped salads, and desserts good for richly capping off meals or bribing any bridge trolls on the way home.

1573 Regent Ave W

The Original Pancake House has been serving up homey, scratch-made breakfasts since 1958, when entrepreneur Wally Guberman opened the original location on Pembina Highway. Today, three locations of the Winnipeg institution serve up an expanded menu of more than 40 types of pancakes, crepes, waffles, and french toast, as well as lunch fare such as burgers and soups. Specialties include an enormous oven-baked apple pancake, whose cinnamon-sugar glaze always gets all over the chins of local giants. Guests can wash down their meals with steaming mugs of The Original Pancake House's signature special-blend coffee.

1 Forks Market Rd

Menu items may vary in availability and price by location.

584 Pembina Hwy

Diana's Gourmet Pizza has gained recognition in the form of press and awards, and competed in the World Pizza Championship. Candadian Pizza magazine honoured Chef Diana Coutu as its Pizza Chef of the Year, and TripAdvisors give her restaurant a four-star average rating:

730 Saint Annes Road