2022 Tastes of Saskatchewan Menu

Saskatoon’s food festival, A Taste of Saskatchewan, returns to Kiwanis Park for its 26th anniversary.

With 28 restaurants, there will be a variety of dishes to sample.

“We are very excited to introduce many new dining and entertainment options at this year’s festival, including a free concert at the SaskTel Center that will be a party you won’t want to miss,” said the executive director and festival director. of the SaskTel Centre, Scott Ford. in a press release.


This year’s menu will include gluten-free and vegetarian options. Some of the dishes available include:

Bannock Express will be offering bannock tacos, single chili dog combos, and bannock combo packs.

Berry Barn Cheesecake (The Berry Barn)The Berry Barn will sell Saskatoon Berry Cheesecake, Berry Crisp with Whipped Cream and Saskatoon Berry Pie.

Big Wings will have gourmet boneless chicken wings, edible cookie dough and fried mars bars.

Booster Juice will have three different flavored smoothies, including Strawberry Sunshine, Mango Hurricane, and Watermelon Explosion.

Otte’s Persian cuisine will feature fried potato stew, pistachio ice cream sandwich and heavenly iced tea.

The Capital Music Club will serve chili chicken wonton nachos, Spanish chickpea falafel bites and chocolate cake squares.

Delight Chinese Kitchen sells Coke Chicken, Fried Octopus Balls, and Brown Sugar Glazed Jelly.

HFC serves fried chicken in eight different flavors, kimchi rice and chicken sandwiches.

The Hunger Core resto-bar offers pesto chicken quesadillas, Philly on a bun and sticky caramel pudding.

Kabob King makes Indian/Indochinese curry mango chicken, kabab wraps and custard or frozen mango sorbet.

The family restaurant Katmu sells beef tapa, porto adobo and pancit.

Ma’s Sushi Japenese restaurant offers Jaense fried chicken, edamame and fried crab.

Mi Casa churros. (Facebook)

Mi Casa Restaurante offers a chicken taco salad bowl, chili con carne and churros.

Nisen will have crispy California rolls, yaki tako starch and chopped tako, and bubble tea.

Road Coffee Co. sells cold and hot beverages including latte, hot chocolate, nitro cold brew and dirty chai as well as affogato.

Rollcat Banh Mi Coffee will have seafood or pork spring rolls, fried vegetarian wontons and lemongrass or Vietnamese sausages.

The Royal Thai restaurant offers tipakay over rice, stir-fried mei fun and chijaukay over rice.

Shark Club serves Mexican corn dip, a bowl of bang bang chicken noodles and whipped cheesecake.

Smoke’s poutine (Facebook)Smoke’s Poutinerie makes various types of poutine, including traditional poutine, bacon or pulled pork, fried cheese curds and house fries.

Spicy Bite serves butter chicken, steamed rice and samosa.

Spicy Time offers coconut chicken curry, chana masala and vegetable pakora.

Sweethoney Dessert will have a taro scoop, mango jelly, and mango pomelo sago.

Tomas the cook prepares a crispy chicken poutine, dry ribs and fried bananas.

Tony Tomas sells Swiss cheeseburgers and fries, as well as turtle cheesecake.

Venice House offers three types of pizzas, including cheese, ham and pineapple, pepperoni and mushroom.

The Willows Club will be offering local Berkshire pork belly and a special pie of the day.

The SaskTel Center will offer various donut options, including sugar/cinnamon donuts and donuts with chocolate caramel sauce.

Vendors won’t be using tokens this year, but customers can pay with credit, debit, or their cell phone. The costs of the dishes will vary from $2.50 to $7.50.


During the event, Art by the River Saskatoon’s Artist Showcase will be at the park and the City of Saskatoon’s MĒ TA WĒ TĀN program will be offering activities for children. On Friday there will be a free concert featuring JUNO award winners and dance music duo Lord Luxury.

The event runs from July 12-17.

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