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Gluten-Free Restaurants In Saskatchewan


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#1 num1habsfan

 
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Posted 25 April 2011 - 12:34 AM

Wayyy back in the day there used to be a topic about gluten-free restaurants in Saskatchewan. But I know some of these no longer exist. I think we should start one up again :). We may be a tiny province but with more and more Celiacs out there I bet this would come in handy!
I've got a list as of July/2010:

Saskatoon:
- 2nd Avenue Grill
- 6 Twelve Lounge, Sheraton Cavalier Hotel
- Asian Restaurant
- Avocados Mexican Restaurant
- CAFE 224
- Chianti Cafe
- Genesis Family Restaurant
- John's Prime Rib & Steakhouse
- La Bamba Cafe
- La Bamba Bel Norde
- Little Bangkok
- Prairie Ink
- Schreyer's Smoked BBQ Shack
- Spicy Garden Vietnamese Restaurant (can make most dishes gluten-free)
- Tarragon's Restaurant
- 3 Blue Diamonds (the Chicken Parmesiana with tossed salad and rice is safe. I have ate it many times)
- Boston Pizza (ask for gluten-free menu)

Regina:
- Golf's Steakhouse
- Luiggi's
- Vietnamese Gardens
- The Cottage
- Mediterranean Bistro
- The Green Spot Cafe
- Tumbler's/Western Pizza (gluten-free pizza crust with some safe toppings)
- Boston Pizza (ask for gluten-free menu)

Someone help me out here and add to the list!

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Posted 28 April 2011 - 01:47 PM

Thanks for this! I live in Alberta but used to live in Saskatoon and still visit regularly. To the Saskatoon list I will add:

- Truffles Bistro (they are well trained in gluten-free stuff) - plus it is one of the top restauraunts in the city which means yummy food! The chef is superb (a chef de cuisine - one of the top in Canada) and the menu is extremely local and seasonal.
- Bliss (on Broadway) is also very knowledgeable. I was there two weeks ago and their menu is nearly all gluten-free intrinsically. The staff is well trained. Their duck and lamb (well, everything I've ever had there) is highly recommended.

The last time I ate at Schreyer's my only option was ribs without any sauce. No fries or anything. Has this now changed? Is their sauce gluten-free now? That would be awesome.

I'll have to start an Edmonton list, too, once we return from vacation. There are some superb options there.
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Posted 11 October 2013 - 01:33 PM

Wayyy back in the day there used to be a topic about gluten-free restaurants in Saskatchewan. But I know some of these no longer exist. I think we should start one up again smile.gif. We may be a tiny province but with more and more Celiacs out there I bet this would come in handy!
I've got a list as of July/2010:

Saskatoon:
- 2nd Avenue Grill
- 6 Twelve Lounge, Sheraton Cavalier Hotel
- Asian Restaurant
- Avocados Mexican Restaurant
- CAFE 224
- Chianti Cafe
- Genesis Family Restaurant
- John's Prime Rib & Steakhouse
- La Bamba Cafe
- La Bamba Bel Norde
- Little Bangkok
- Prairie Ink
- Schreyer's Smoked BBQ Shack
- Spicy Garden Vietnamese Restaurant (can make most dishes gluten-free)
- Tarragon's Restaurant
- 3 Blue Diamonds (the Chicken Parmesiana with tossed salad and rice is safe. I have ate it many times)
- Boston Pizza (ask for gluten-free menu)

Regina:
- Golf's Steakhouse
- Luiggi's
- Vietnamese Gardens
- The Cottage
- Mediterranean Bistro
- The Green Spot Cafe
- Tumbler's/Western Pizza (gluten-free pizza crust with some safe toppings)
- Boston Pizza (ask for gluten-free menu)

Someone help me out here and add to the list!

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