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The 11 Fabulous Restaurants in Regina to Look Out For

The 11 Fabulous Restaurants in Regina to Look Out For! 

Staying hungry in Regina is near impossible, and trust me, you’re going to want to loosen that belt a notch or two. 

As far as the city’s concerned, food is always something to talk about regardless of the occasion. Imagine strolling through the heart of this prairie city, the tantalizing aroma of freshly cooked meals pulling you in every direction—now that to me is a day or weekend well spent!

For foodies who are on a quest out there for the next best bite, I think we have the right place to try out! To help you get started, here are our top restaurant picks for the best dining experience that Regina has to offer! 

Skye Café & Bistro

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Address: 2903 Powerhouse Dr.


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  • Best Food on the Menu:
  • Mediterranean Bowl
  • Smoked Salmon Benny
  • Herb-Crusted Chicken Sandwich
  • Freshly Baked Pastries

Opening Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 9 AM–3 PM

Cost: $$

Whenever someone asks me for a top food recommendation in Regina, Skye is always the first place that comes to mind. 

This place has a stellar reputation for serving some of the best Mediterranean food in the city. Another thing that we totally love about this place is their use of local ingredients—growing their own herbs year-round, and the artistic presentation of their dishes makes every visit a delight. 

But the highlight to us is definitely their south-facing patio is a perfect spot to enjoy your meal in the summer sunshine. They’re open for brunch on the weekends and lunch during the week. If it’s your first visit, you can’t go wrong with the Mediterranean Bowl.

Pro Tip: Aim to visit during brunch hours on the weekend and enjoy the vibrant patio atmosphere.


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Address: 2234 14 Ave.


Contact Details: +13065223500

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • French Vanilla & Coconut Scones
  • Blueberry Peach Scones
  • Daily Creative Lunch Specials
  • Freshly Brewed Espresso and Drip Coffee

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 7 AM–3 PM

Cost: $$

Tangerine has that big city café and bakeshop vibe that makes it a must-visit in Regina. Doesn’t really matter if you’re stopping by for a quick espresso or settling in with a drip coffee and some work on their free Wi-Fi, you’ll love the welcoming atmosphere. 

But let’s be honest, the real stars here are the freshly baked goods and inventive lunch specials. Tangerine is famous for having the best scones in town. 

Personally, we can’t get enough of the French Vanilla & Coconut and the Blueberry Peach scones, though they have a new flavor to try every day.

Pro Tip: Get there early to snag a scone while they’re fresh out of the oven—they go fast!

Leopold’s Tavern

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Address: 2330 Albert St.


Contact Details: +18555225367

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Sauce
  • Loaded Nachos
  • Classic Cheeseburger
  • Poutine
  • Bucket of Bacon

Opening Hours: Daily 11 AM–2 AM

Cost: $$

If you’re looking for a local pub with plenty of character, Leopold’s is the spot to hit. The bistro is located at the corner of Albert Street and College Avenue, making it just a short drive or walk by the city.  

This place is also decked out with all sorts of county memorabilia and quirky souvenirs, giving it a nostalgic, homey feel—like hanging out in your old country home. 

As for the menu, it has something for everyone—from nachos to poutine, and even a bucket of bacon with a side of their secret sauce. Personally, we really can’t resist their buffalo wings paired with blue cheese sauce, especially with a cold beer on the side.

Pro Tip: Visit during game nights for an extra lively atmosphere and some great drink specials.

Quan Ngon

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Address: 1769 Hamilton St, Regina


Contact Details: +13067578000

Best Food on the Menu:

  • B3 (Phở Tái) with extra beef
  • Spring Rolls
  • Vermicelli Bowls
  • Fresh Vietnamese Iced Coffee 

Opening Hours: Daily 9 AM–9 PM

Cost: $$$

There’s something almost meditative about enjoying a bowl of pho, and Quan Ngon nails it every time. Their savory beef-bone broth is perfectly balanced, complemented by a generous helping of rice noodles, fresh sliced beef, onions, and herbs. 

Add a squeeze of lime, some bean sprouts, and a touch of chili oil, and you’re in for a treat that transports you straight to Vietnam. If you’re ever in need of the ultimate hangover remedy, try their B3 (Phở Tái) and double up on the beef. It’s pure comfort in a bowl.

Pro Tip: Add some extra chili oil for a spicy kick that enhances the flavors even more.

Italian Star Deli

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Address: 1631 Victoria Ave.


Contact Details: +13067576733

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Spicy Sandwich with Double Meat
  • Imported European Goods (Olives, Soda Pop)
  • Freshly Baked Bread
  • Assorted Cold Cuts and Cheeses

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9 AM–5:30 PM

Cost: $$

The Italian Star is a beloved local gem that’s been around for years. Stepping inside is like taking a mini-trip to Europe, with shelves stocked full of authentic ingredients perfect for whipping up your own Italian dishes, from lasagna to imported olives and soda pop. 

But the real draw? Their incredible sandwiches. Packed with cold cuts, cheese, spicy peppers, and a drizzle of olive oil, these sandwiches are a must-try. 

You can even choose from mild, medium, or spicy—we always opt for the spicy and double the meat for that extra kick.

Pro Tip: Grab some of their freshly baked bread to take home; it’s the perfect complement to any meal.


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Address: 1946 Hamilton St.


Contact Details: +13063528424 

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Curry with Coconut Milk and Bird’s Eye Chili
  • Thai Basil Chicken
  • Pad Thai
  • Mango Sticky Rice
  • Traditional Thai Iced Tea

Opening Hours: Daily 11:30 AM–1:30 PM

Cost: $$$

What makes Thai food so special to us is the intricate layering of flavors, each bite offering a new experience. 

This particular dish at Siam is a masterpiece, combining the richness of coconut milk, the fiery kick of bird’s eye chili, and the fresh, herbal notes from kaffir lime leaves and basil. 

Add to that the tender zucchini spears and chicken breast, all infused with a medley of curry spices, and you’ve got a winner. 

Plus, Siam holds the distinction of being the only Thai Select-certified restaurant in Saskatchewan, a mark of authenticity awarded by the Thai Ministry of Commerce—so expect really good food made by the best chefs in the country!

Pro Tip: Try out the combo of their traditional Thai iced tea and spicy Pad Thai for a refreshing complement to the spicy flavors.

Houston Pizza

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Address: 919 Albert St B.


Contact Details: +13065698888

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Signature Meat and Veggie Pizza
  • Classic Pepperoni Pizza
  • Garlic Breadsticks
  • Caesar Salad
  • Homemade Garlic Sauce

Opening Hours: Daily 11 AM–11 PM

Cost: $$

Don’t lie, we all know our comfort food (even today) is always pizza! For us, Hill Avenue Houston Pizza has been my top choice since childhood. 

There’s nothing else quite like it. Imagine a pizza stacked generously with meat, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and an indulgent amount of cheese. Cooked at high heat, it gets this amazing crispy, crème brûlée-like finish. 

The crust rises to a golden perfection on the outside while staying chewy and slightly sweet on the inside, almost like a bagel. 

Pro Tip: Order a side of their homemade garlic sauce for dipping the crust—it’s a game-changer.

Beaks Chicken

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Address: 436 Dewdney Ave.


Contact Details: Daily 11 AM–8 PM

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich
  • Classic Fried Chicken Thighs
  • Drumsticks
  • House-made Coleslaw
  • Fresh Lemonade

Opening Hours: Daily 11 AM–8 PM

Cost: $$

Ever wondered what it’s like to eat at a down-home fried chicken joint run by a classically trained chef with experience at the Michelin-starred Noma in Copenhagen? Look no further than Beaks Chicken. 

At Beaks, they cook their dark meat (thighs and drumsticks) sous vide before frying it, ensuring that each piece is perfectly tender and flavorful every single time—an unexpectedly delicious result from this unique cooking method.

Pro Tip: Pair your Nashville hot chicken sandwich with their house-made coleslaw for the perfect balance of flavors.


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Address: 2206 Dewdney Ave.


Contact Details: +13063597276

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Beer-Battered Fish and Chips
  • Saskatchewan Hot Plate
  • Bushwakker Burgers
  • Classic Poutine
  • House-Brewed Beers

Opening Hours: Daily 11 AM–10 PM

Cost: $$

When speaking of the OGs, Bushwakker holds the title as Regina’s first brew pub which was established back in 1991. 

Nestled in the Warehouse District, this place is a tribute to the city’s rich history, with black and white photos lining the walls and a menu featuring local favorites like the Saskatchewan Hot Plate. 

We always recommend that dish to visitors, but personally, I can never resist their beer-battered fish and chips—it’s the best in town. Just a heads-up, the portions are generous, so come hungry!

Pro Tip: Come at night when their live band is performing. They sing classic songs from old famous bands like The Letterman and the Beatles! 

Avenue Restaurant and Bar 

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Address: 2201 11th Ave #100


Contact Details: +13065251919

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Korean Pork Belly Press
  • Seared Scallops
  • Duck Confit
  • Truffle Parmesan Fries
  • Signature Cocktails

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 5:30–9 PM

Cost: $$

Avenue has quickly become a star in Regina’s fine dining scene, and it’s easy to see why. Hailing from Dale Mackay’s successful restaurant group in Saskatoon, Avenue brings a fresh and exciting menu to the city. 

Their Korean pork belly press is an absolute must-try. Imagine a sushi roll but with tender braised pork belly, spicy gochujang sauce, and housemade cucumber kimchi. 

It’s the perfect dish to start your meal, especially when paired with one of their signature cocktails.

Pro Tip: For a memorable evening, visit during happy hour for great deals on both food and drinks.

Union Station Restaurant + Bar

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Address: 1880 Saskatchewan Dr.


Contact Details: +13067817000

Best Food on the Menu: 

  • Truffle Mac and Cheese
  • Union Burger
  • Grilled Salmon with Lemon Butter
  • Classic Caesar Salad
  • Signature Cocktails

Opening Hours: Daily 9 AM–10:30 PM

Cost: $$

Union Station Restaurant + Bar is the spot to be if you’re looking for a blend of vintage vibes and modern comfort. It’s perfect for anything, really—no matter if you want a casual bite, a chill drink, a fun night with friends, or a cozy dinner date. 

The place has this cool, warm ambiance that feels both classy and relaxed. Their menu? Totally drool-worthy. 

You’ll also find a mix of comfort food classics and some really creative dishes that make deciding on just one tough.

Pro Tip: If you’re a history buff, ask your server about the historical artifacts and photos around the restaurant. They love sharing stories about the building’s rich past while you enjoy your meal.

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