What's cooking in Medicine Hat? You'll be thrilled to know!
With paintings inspired by Mexican culture, the vivid colour palette on the walls welcome you inside Casa Amigos Cantina. Located in downtown Medicine Hat, the authentic Mexican restaurant often hosts live music and has an appetite for flavour. The chips and salsa flight is a tasty way to start the meal. With tacos, ensaladas, enchiladas, and so much more, a hungry tummy always leaves happy here.
A bright and modern space in downtown Medicine Hat features authentic and fresh Korean food, with a weekly rotating menu. JJ Kitchen Korean Food opened in 2022, after owners Jane and Brian attended Medicine Hat Farmers’ Markets for two years and were asked and encouraged to open a storefront eatery. The Korean Kitchen is a lunch spot, offering a full menu and weekly specials with ready-to-take-home kimchi and baked goods.
Reserve a date night inside this romantic pasta house, and be sure to call at least a week in advance. The owner and chef cooks every dish with detail and passion, inside an Italian inspired patio atmosphere. With each hand-made noodle comes sauce, flavour, and provokes an extra appetite for pasta.
554 3 St. SE
Near the Saamis Tepee, this eatery is especially nice before or after a round 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.
90 Gehring Rd. SE
Located close to shopping, Rossco’s Wing House will make your sports heart happier than a hockey player who’s just scored a game-winning 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 will keep you feeling warm and full.
23 8 St. NW
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.
650 3 St. SE
You’ll find over 75 oils and balsamics inside this exquisite, tuscany-themed taphouse on Second Street, downtown. With a passion for creating wholesome dishes, there is a list of fresh soups, salads, and hot meals that incorporate the high-quality oils and balsamics. There are sweet desserts made to perfection and fresh cold pressed juices.
519 2 St. SE
This bar and eatery is found right off the Trans-Canada Highway, on the third floor of the Badlands View building. The one-of-its-kind view of vehicles passing by and the taste of hearty meals and chilled beverages pair well together.
12 Gehring Rd. SW
Inside the Medicine Hat Lodge, you’ll be able to order the chef’s table-side carved tomahawk — a 26oz AAA certified ribeye, served with field green salad, choice of one vegetable, two starch and garlic sautéed wild mushrooms, with bourbon peppercorn and Argentinian chimichurri sauces, all made in-house at this steakhouse. The refined restaurant also specializes in premium-cooked scallops, crab, salmon, ribeye, sirloin, and lobster tail.
1051 Ross Glen Dr. SE
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.
70 8 St. NW
This dimly lit restaurant has gold-wired chandeliers that reflect pretty patterns on the walls. Authentic Thai cuisine is served on a bed of rice or noodles. From curry bowls to pad thai, your tastebuds will come alive with each and every bite of a perfectly saucy and seasoned dish.
638 2 St. SE
Up the hill from Medicine Hat’s Historic Downtown, this diner will bring you back in time while you enjoy a classic breakfast. Pancakes, waffles, omelettes, and french toast can be ordered from the large menu. Catch the early-bird special in the morning. In the afternoon, enjoy salads made fresh to order, home-made soups, and the cheesiest cheeseburger you can imagine.
515 4 Ave. SE