5 Saskatoon Restaurants Ready To Melt Your Winter Chills Away

It’s a bit nippy out there, isn’t it, Saskatoon?

Skip the clean-up, just open a new tab on your phone and order some hot takeout from one of these cool local restaurants.

Ayden Kitchen & Bar

Serving up “globally-inspired comfort food,” Ayden Kitchen Bar is the collective effort of chefs Benet Hunt and Dale MacKay.

From Whipped Smoked Cheddar to Potted Trout, Braised Turkey Scrumpet to Crispy Cheek & Jowl Roulade, uncover something new for your tastebuds at Ayden.

Address265 3 Ave S, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1M3@aydenkitchenbar

Keo’s Kitchen

Make your senses rise ‘n’ thai with authentic Thai and Laotian cuisine from Keo’s Kitchen.

Lemongrass chicken and peppers stir-fried with cashews, call up Keo’s and ask for their signature Chicken ‘n’ Cashew dish.

Don’t forget the Lum Rouy canned sodas!

Address: 1808 Broadway Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7H 2B7. @keoskitchen

Little Grouse on the Prairie

This month, Little Grouse is offering Saskatoon diners a special BBQ pop-up menu from Wednesdays to Sundays!

Scratch-made Molasses Baked Beans, Smoked Chicken Wings with Salt & Malt Vinegar, Ribs, Taters, Slaw; you’re going to need more napkins.

Address: 167 3 Ave S, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1L8. @littlegrouseyxe


Saskatoon’s go-to for handmade pasta and other “time-honoured Italian food,” Primal specializes in the use of its province’s heritage grains and whole animal butchery kitchen techniques.

Try winter-warming pasta features like their Rye Pappardelle, complete with smoked brisket, sauerkraut, mustard, arugula and parmesan.

Address: 423 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK, S7M 0X3. @primal_pasta

Bon Temps Cafe

Comfort food done Louisiana-style, Bon Temps’ menu is sure to shake the icicles off everyone’s fingers and tongues.

Try their always a-lure-ing shrimp options including Garlic Shrimp & Bruschetta, Bang Bang Shrimp (fried in honey habanero hot sauce) and Peel & Eat Shrimp with Creole Seafood Sauce.

Address: 223 2 Ave S, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1K8. @bontempsyxe