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31 Regina Restaurants To Take Your S/O To If You Want To Be Cheap, Normal, and Fancy AF

There are so many reasons to go out and eat — and if you don't have a reason, treating yourself and your S/O just because you feel like it works too!

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Everyone loves sampling new menus and finding delicious foods, and Regina has an incredible food scene that's ready and waiting for you with yummy flavours. No matter what you're feeling and what your budget looks like, try these 31 Regina restaurants to be cheap, normal, or fancy AF.

Note: Cheap ranges from $5-15, normal ranges from $10-30, and fancy ranges from $30 and up.



Fancy AF 

For restaurants that are Cheap, click "NEXT."

Restaurants that are Cheap:

via @zamzamwraps

Restaurants that are Normal: Restaurants that are Fancy AF:

ZamZam Wraps // Multiple Locations

$8.50 for a Medium Grilled Wrap, $12.50 for a Middle Eastern Platter.

via @daynatenilleg

Italian Star Deli // 1611 Victoria Ave

$7 for a medium panini with feta, $8 for a spicy cheese panini.

via @braputin

Fuddruckers // 2540 Victoria Ave E

World's Greatest Original Hamburgers starting at $10.

via @thejoolyspooly

Skye Cafe & Bistro // 2903 Powerhouse Drive

$14 for a Skye Rice Bowl, $12 for the Powerhouse Salad.

via @remy_shining_star

Pinoy Heat // 1769 Hamilton Street

$14 for Seafood Hot Pot, $9 for Vegetable Fried Rice.

via @cafedripregina

Cafe Drip // 1275 Broad Street

Menu changes daily with soup, sandwiches, and salads under $15.

via @abfick

Coney Island Poutine // 4908 Dewdney Ave

$9.50 for Regular Poutine, $14 for Pulled Pork Poutine.

via @ibackpackcanada

Viet-Thai Restaurant // 2080 Albert Street

$14 for Thai Sweet and Sour Chicken, $13 for Ginger Pork.

via @anneybell_

13th Ave Food & Coffee House // 3136 13th Avenue

$11 for a Mushroom Veggie Burger, $10 for Soup and Salad.

via @remy_shining_star

PHOmilu // 639 Victoria Ave

$12.50 for small chicken Pho, Pho Seafood, or Spicy Beef Pho.

For restaurants that are Normal, click "NEXT."

via @suzykrause

Lancaster Taphouse // 4529 Gordon Road

$14-$24 for mains, including Capitol Steak Sandwich for $18.

via @cndsportsy

Beer Bros Gastropub & Deli // 1821 Scarth Street

$14-$25 for mains, including the All-day Breakfast Burger for $20.

via @vicstavern

Victoria's Tavern // 1965 Hamilton Street

$14-$18 for mains, including burgers for $16.50.

via @cravekwb

Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar // 1925 Victoria Ave

$30 for a sharing slab with your choice of 5 dishes.

via @barbara_woolsey

Peking House // 1850 Rose Street

$14.50 for Ginger Beef, $24 for the Seafood Hot Plate, $16 for a large Wonton Soup.

via @opiejuankenopie

Leopold's Tavern // Multiple Locations

$12-$24 for mains, including Cheeseburger Poutine or Buffalo Chicken Ranch Poutine for $15.50.

via @heyitssmika

Caraway Grill // 1625 Broad Street

$14-$17 for mains, including Butter Chicken for $16.

via @famosopizzeria

Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria // Multiple Locations

$15-$17 for a regular-sized pizza.

via @fallenangel_83

Bushwakker Brewpub // 2206 Dewdney Ave

$15-$20 for mains, including burgers starting at $16.

via @ambassador_spencer

The Capitol Restaurant and Cocktail Bar // 1843 Hamilton Street

$14-$29 for mains, including Chipotle Chicken for $25.

via @ashley_legault

The Copper Kettle Restaurant // 1953 Scarth Street

$12-$21 for mains, including Calamari Dinner for $20.

For restaurants that are Fancy AF, click "NEXT."

via @ajohnsonphotographs

Chop Steakhouse & Bar // 2605 Gordon Road

$25-$40 mains, including Chicken & Ribs for $30.

via @20teneatery

20Ten City Eatery // 2010 12th Ave

$22-$35 for mains, including Honey-Pistachio Glazed Chicken for $29.

via @eeschmidty

Fireside Bistro // 2305 Smith St.

$25-$40 for mains, including Sesame Crusted Halibut for $35.

via @mk.mandyrae

The Keg Steakhouse & Bar // Various Locations

$25-$45 for mains, including Lobster Summer on now.

via @nadiantoinette11

Memories Dining & Bar // 1717 Victoria Ave

$22-$70 for mains, including lobster tail dinner for $70.

via @tonymanton

Flip Eatery & Drink // 1970 Hamilton Street

$18-$36 for mains, including Chef's Steak for $27.50.

via @trevawny_luzny

The Cottage Restaurant // 4409 Albert Street

$17-$63 for mains, including the Halibut Steak for $33.

via @leahnoelle

The Willow on Wascana // 3000 Wascana Drive

$18-$32 for mains, or the 6-course tasting meal for $75.

via @summereverzj

Golf's Steak House // 1945 Victoria Ave

$29-$71 for mains, including Grilled Salmon for $30.

via @andrewbanerjee

Lakeshore Restaurant // 1350 23rd Ave

$31-$67 for mains, including Greek Chicken for $31.

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