Today (June 21st, 2020), we at Canada Takeout are not only celebrating fathers and father figures across the country for Father’s Day. We also choose to recognize the presence, culture and culinary offerings of our country’s Indigenous people.
Canadians from coast-to-coast are invited to try these featured restaurants for a delicious takeout feast they’re welcome to come back and enjoy again and again.
Miqmak Catering Indigenous Kitchen (Pierrefonds, QC)
For lovers of bannock in Quebec, Miqmak’s Chef Norma has the perfect menu waiting for you.
Enjoy yours with an Algonquin Three Sister’s Casserole, Chippewa Mushroomed Chicken or Indigenous Buffalo Burger.
Salmon Fish Cakes, Grilled Cedar Indigneous Salad and Indian Tacos are also available.
10409 Boulevard Gouin O, Pierrefonds, QC H8Y 1W5.
Tea-n-Bannock (Toronto, ON)
Describing their kitchen experience as generational and passed down from elders and kokums, the team at Tea-n-Bannock is pleased to offer takeout in the city using food sourced from sustainable-conscious businesses.
Their current takeout menu includes Najavo/Indian Tacos (available in meat or veggie), Salmon or Trout Burgers, Bison or Elk Stew, Salmon Salad and Beef or Bison Burgers plus a variety of sides, beverages and desserts.
1294 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, M4L 1Y7. @tea_n_bannock
Feast Café and Bistro (Winnipeg, MB)
Helmed by proud Peguis First Nation Member, Chef Christa Bruneau-Guenther, Feast’s menu is inspired by her home life, her love of the spirit of her culture and the gardens being grown around her.
The regular lunch and dinner menu serves salads, an array of bannock pizzas, bannock sandwiches, soups, tipi tacos and other hot comforts.
Try the Manitoban Poutine with fries, Bothwell Mozza, chives, sour cream and bison gravy and shredded Manitoban bison.
587 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1Z7. @feastcafebistro
The Bannock House (Regina, SK)
Serving hungry Saskatchewan citizens from City Square Plaza and other mobile locations, The Bannock House is bringing along their can’t miss, must-eat bannock and frybread feats!
Try their Bannock Burgers, a Hamburger Hangover Soup or some Indian Tacos!
Check their Facebook anytime to see where else they’re popping up next.
Native Delights (Edmonton, AB)
A staple at Edmonton’s events and festivals, Native Delights is keeping their wheels rolling, continuing to offer delicious mobile meals to their community via the SuperFlea Market.
Enjoy their current top dish; 2lbs of Pork Neckbones, served with veggies, potatoes and bannock for $9.99. A full catering menu is also available by request.
12011 111 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5G 0E7. @nativedelights
Kekuli Café Coffee & Bannock (Westbank and Merritt, BC)
Now with two locations, Kekuli Café Coffee & Bannock is one of the first fast-casual style Indigenous restaurants in not just British Columbia but all of Canada.
Known for their slogan, “Don’t panic, we have bannock!” their current menu features bannock-made baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, tacos, sandwiches (aka Bannockwiches) and salads.
Complement any dish from Kekuli with a Saskatoon Berry Organic Tea or Spirit Bear Organic Coffee.
2051 Voght Street, Merritt, BC V1K 1R6.
307-3550 Carrington Road, Westbank, BC V4T 2Z1. @kekulicafebannock
Red Fox Club at Indigenous World Winery (Kelowna, BC)
Okanagan Sylix history and respect for the aboriginal people are the real inspiration behind this creative ever-changing menu. Red Fox Club is a modern native restaurant revitalizing age-old techniques into today’s palate.
Customers can indulge in menu items such as a Cheesy Roasted Garlic Bannock Melt, Sticky Maple Glazed Pork Belly Bites and Meadow Braised Venison.
2218 Horizon Drive, Kelowna, BC V1Z 3L4. @indigenousredfoxclub
Mr. Bannock (North Vancouver, BC)
Partnering with fellow local Indigenous businesses like One Arrow Meats and Spirit Bear Coffee, Vancouver/Squamish Nation’s Mr. Bannock cannot wait to serve more Canadians throughout the summer who come to feast on his fusion-style menu.
Featured dishes include a Duck Bacon Kimchi, a Wild Game Bannock Burger, Classic Bannock Tacos and even a Bannock Dessert made with lemon, vanilla and strawberries.
433 West 1st Street, North Vancouver, BC V7M1C2. @mrbannockfood
Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro (Vancouver, BC)
‘Feed your Spirit’ with the traditional Indigenous ingredients found in Salmon n’ Bannock Bistro’s modern-day dishes.
Available for takeout, enjoy their Bannock Tacos, Pow Wow Power Salads, Smokey Sunrise Flatbreads or Bannock French Toast.
They also have a variety of Bannockwiches plus sides and alcoholic beverages for add-ons.
7-1128 West Broadway, Vancouver BC V6H 1G5. @salmonbannockbistro