Restaurants in Kelowna


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  • The Yellowhouse Restaurant
    Outside the bright-yellow Victorian house that stands amid a copse of trees, diners on the front patio sit underneath bright-yellow umbrellas in warm weather, tucking into seared fish, grilled steaks, and curries. Others do the same inside the house's intimate, candle-lit dining room. The Yellow House Restaurant, housed inside the old Williams Inn 1906 heritage building, welcomes guests onto its historic grounds for meals of international flavours paired with wine from the Okanagan and other regions. Owners Robert Ahlgren and Darren Stanfield craft a menu with fresh local produce, meats, seafood, and other ingredients. Chefs assemble the meal components in-house, including soups, sauces, and dressings. Seasonal dishes that focus on regional North American recipes, such as steelhead trout, lamb, and pork, are garnished with rhubarb and blueberry compotes, wild mushrooms, and cream reductions. Some dishes focus on the culinary traditions of Europe, South America, and Asia?chicken tagliatelle escorts curry and mango chutney, and rib-eye steak arrives tableside drizzled in an argentine chimichurri sauce. Yellow House also caters group functions held in a private dining room, and hosts local and touring musicians.
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    526 Lawrence Ave.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Okanagan Pizza
    The Okanagan Pizza pros sort their pizza creations into two categories: Ol’ Favourites and Somethin’ Different. But that doesn’t mean that traditional and adventurous pizza lovers can’t chow down on pies from both lists. The Favourites side tempts diners with double cheese, double pepperoni, or the canadian’s trio of pepperoni, mushrooms, and bacon. The chefs further flex their pairing skills on the Somethin’ Different list—for example, combining garlic butter, chicken, chili spices, alfredo sauce, noodles, red peppers, and mozzarella on the spicy alfredo-chicken-pasta pizza. They drop a half pound of meat onto the T-Rex pizza and pile bacon, cheddar, peppercorn ranch, onions, and potatoes onto the Spud pie. Patrons can pick up pies for carryout or order slices or whole pizzas online and have them delivered to their assigned judge for traffic court.
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    104-3699 Highway 97 North
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Turtle Bay Pub
    At Turtle Bay Pub, scenic views of Wood Lake enhance the experience of sipping cold brews and indulging in a diverse selection of pub fare. That cuisine ranges from hearty classics, such as racks of ribs or steak & Guinness pies, to lighter dishes, such as flatbreads topped with prosciutto, pear, and goat cheese. Live music sets the mood on Friday nights, and on others, it's set by the cheers and groans of patrons as they watch sports games. Sunday brunch, replete with omelettes and buttermilk pancakes, is also available.
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    2850 Woodsdale Rd.
    Winfield, BC CA
  • Taki Japanese Grill
    The eye-catching decor of Taki Japanese Grill is marked by samurai swords, exposed brick, and a streamlined design scheme. It’s mirrored in the artfully plated dishes that emerge from the kitchen and sushi bar. While seated on plush black leather chairs or at curtained-off booths, diners sip five types or martinis in between bites of specialty maki rolls, sashimi bento boxes, and traditional yakisoba noodles.
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    115 Roxby Rd.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Cactus Club Cafe
    Find something on the menu for everyone at Cactus Club Cafe in Kelowna. Warm weather, delectable dishes, and an awesome atmosphere make for a dream night out at Cactus Club Cafe. The noise level can often drown out conversation, so make sure your party is prepared to speak up. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Cactus Club Cafe. With a host of nearby parking options, many choose to drive to dinner.
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    1575 Banks Road
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • The Lake Lounge on Okanagan
    Even as it soars across the deep, clear blue waters of Lake Okanagan, the Lake Lounge keeps its passengers, crew, and cooperative stowaways connected to a bevy of land-based pleasures. A comprehensive sound system blasts pleasurable beats throughout its two decks, and three flat-screen TVs reaching widths up to 50 inches broadcast the passengers' choice of entertainment. On the lower deck, vaulted ceilings soar over dinner tables and an electric fireplace keeps the room warm in colder weather, and on the open top deck passengers bask in lake breezes and take in panoramic views of the water and evergreen-coated shoreline. When not focused on the scenery, they step across an elevated dance floor lit by multicoloured lights or discuss their favourite childhood pet fish over tipples from a fully stocked bar. Dinner-cruise passengers sup on a daily-changing menu that cycles through regular entrees such as cedar-plank salmon and peach barbecue chicken. As the Lake Lounge sails past opulent lakeside homes and the city skyline, the sun colours the sky as it sets and the stars sleepily stumble into place to form their constellations. The ship's crews also host wedding receptions, family reunions, and birthday parties on the dual decks.
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    #4 - 200 Bernard Ave.
    Kelowna, BC CA

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