What’s cooking in Medicine Hat? You’ll be thrilled to know.
Near the Saamis Tepee, this eatery is especially nice before or after a game of golf. With open windows and views of greenery, you will have the chance to experience a full menu of splendid appetizers, light meals, fresh sandwiches, and mindfully crafted entrees.
Located close to shopping, Rossco’s Wing House will make your sports heart happier than a hockey player who’s just scored a goal. With big burgers, baskets of fries, and chicken wings, this bar is full of sports, spirit, and fresh food.
3215 Dunmore Rd. SE
Up the hill towards Crescent Heights, this Japanese restaurant on the north side of the city has a menu bigger than its location that’s full of steaming ramen, freshly-rolled sushi, crispy gyoza, and so much more that will have your curious taste buds ordering a feast. This sharp and very modernly-designed hole in the wall welcomes you, and will keep you feeling warm and full.
On the south side of the city, this restaurant brings comfort while you treat yourself to mouthwatering, family recipes from Northern Thailand. The menu displays a wide array of authentic, skillful, and exceptional cuisine that’s bound to pique your interest.
36 Strachan Ct. SE
In Medicine Hat’s Historic Downtown, you’ll find eye-catching, hand-painted artwork as you savour the taste of authentic Salvadorian cuisine. From tacos, to tortillas fritas and dip, to the national dish pupusas, and all day breakfast with huevos rancheros, this eatery will have your tastebuds happy dancing for more.
A couple blocks up from Izote, you’ll find over 75 oils and balsamics inside this exquisite, tuscany-themed taphouse. There are sweet desserts cooled to perfection and fresh cold pressed juices. On the animated chalkboard there is a list of fresh soups, salads, and hot meals that incorporate the high-quality oils and balsamics.
519 2 St. SE
Located in the Industrial area just outside of Crescent Heights, this brewery has historic brick walls, a quality wooden bar, and a menu served to please, all while presenting pristine and tasteful house-brewed beer. Sip back and relax, and order yourself a flight to indulge and relish in the variety of aromas each beer embraces.
Across Historic Finlay Bridge towards Riverside, this market and café prepares bright-coloured meals made with fresh and local ingredients. The paninis and salads; pies and cakes; sandwiches and soups, that are served in locally-made pottery, will give you energy for your next adventure.
Just down the street from Takumi Japanese Restaurant, The Mexican Hat’s brick walls invite you into this colourful, small space with big food portions. The menu is full of authentic Mexican cuisine, from a salsa bar, to enchiladas, tacos, and burritos.
Craving a juicy BBQ meal? Along the Trans-Canada Highway, this full-fledged restaurant specializes in fully-loaded, brioche butter bun sandwiches. A packed menu with starters, salads, and sandwiches is sure to have you happily stuffed from dusk until dawn.