17 Bucket List Restaurants You Need To Try In Saskatoon

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17 Bucket List Restaurants You Need To Try In Saskatoon

Saskatoon has one of the tastiest food scenes around. With a number of locally-inspired restaurants that shine a light on the culinary mastery of chefs in Saskatchewan, you're bound to have a dining experience that will make you fall in love with food all over again.

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From Ayden's award-winning comfort food to Primal's homemade pasta to Odd Couple's delicious Asian fusion, Saskatoon offers a diverse palette of food that teases your taste buds and makes you so hungry that you could spontaneously hop in your car and drive all the way to Saskatoon just for lunch.

Whether you're a Reginian that loves traveling to places for food or a Saskatoon local, this list is the ultimate guide to some of the best food in Saskatchewan. Here are 17 bucket list restaurants you need to try in Saskatoon.

Ayden Kitchen & Bar // 265 3rd Avenue

Known for: Globally-inspired comfort food and hand-crafted cocktails.

Primal // 423 20th Street West

Known for: Italian food and handmade pasta using Saskatchewan heritage grains and whole animal butchery.

Odd Couple // 228 20th Street West

Known for: Authentic Asian-inspired meals in a relaxed atmosphere.

Leyda's Cafe // 112 20th Street West

Known for: Healthy, whole food, gluten-free creations.

Bon Temps Cafe // 223 2nd Ave South

Known for: Lousiana-style comfort food

Rook & Raven // 154 2nd Avenue

Known for: Mindfully crafted delicious gastro pub food

UNA Pizza & Wine // 707 Broadway Avenue

Known for: Californian inspired, thin crust pizza with Mediterranean influenced food and flavours.

Pink Cadillacs Diner // 113-412 Willowgrove Square

Known for: 1950's inspired diner food

Truffles Bistro // 230 21st Street East

Known for: Progressive French cuisine

Las Palapas Resort Grill // 910 Victoria Avenue

Known for: Fresh tropical food with contemporary touches

The Hollows // 334 Avenue C South

Known for: Contemporary food focused on natural and seasonal products.

Sushiro Sushi Bar // 737 Broadway Avenue

Known for: Really good sushi.

Little Grouse on the Prairie // 167 3rd Avenue S

Known for: Italian inspired cuisine

Drift Sidewalk Cafe & Vista Lounge // 339 Avenue A South

Known for: Classic cafe creations and drool-worthy brunch items

Nosh Eatery & Tap // 820 Broadway Avenue

Known for: Creative and nourishing meals with a vegetarian focus

Prairie Harvest Cafe // 2917 Early Drive

Known for: Fresh local cuisine

Keo's Kitchen // 1013 Broadway Avenue

Known for: Authentic Thai cuisine

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