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Old Posted May 3, 2007, 3:03 AM
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Teppanyaki for Asian food and Copper Kettle for pretty much everything else.

Oh I forgot about Steaks...........definately 'Golfs' for steakhouses.
my friends love Tep, I always bug them that it's the best Japanese food made by people from Laos anywhere (the owner's kid is my neighbour)
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Old Posted May 3, 2007, 3:05 AM
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I recommend West Side Pizza on Dorothy St in Normanview West. Great food, and friendly staff. The owner, Louie, is the best!
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Old Posted May 3, 2007, 3:59 AM
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I got the impression, you were more of a Burger King guy.

PS- Try a dictionary or spell check,maybe.
The the Grammar Police are on patrol.

By the way, don't we usually put a space after a comma in the English language?
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Old Posted May 6, 2007, 3:28 PM
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^ not to mention the horrible comma splice in the first sentence. If you're going to criticize the grammar of othrs, yours better be impeccable.



Favourite Regina restaurants:
India House
Mediterranean Bistro (depsite its strip mall location)
Vietnamese Gardens
Copper Kettle (mostly because of the Scarth St atmosphere, the food is nothing great)
Bushwakkers
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Also, no prime rib anywhere can compare to a prime rib at Golf's.
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^ not to mention the horrible comma splice in the first sentence. If you're going to criticize the grammar of othrs, yours better be impeccable.



Favourite Regina restaurants:
India House
Mediterranean Bistro (depsite its strip mall location)
Vietnamese Gardens
Copper Kettle (mostly because of the Scarth St atmosphere, the food is nothing great)
Bushwakkers
Bushwakker has awesome wraps...huge, though. I can't finish a whole one!
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Old Posted May 7, 2007, 4:22 AM
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Nobody's mentioned Mr. Breakfast
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Old Posted May 8, 2007, 4:15 PM
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Is the cafeteria on the roof of SaskPower still open? I haven't been there since I was 12, but I'm sure it's still the tallest place you can go in Regina to get a bite.
No, the general public can no longer access the SaskPower cafeteria unless escorted up there by a SaskPower employee.

But if you're looking for a higher destination to eat, try the cafeteria on the 18th floor of SGI. They have the BEST cinnamon buns (Tues & Thurs) and a nice variety for lunch. The security ppl there are pretty good - as long as you sign in where you work and leave your info, they'll let you go up there. Then you can also experience the fastest elevators in the province...bonus!
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I'm in Regina for a week for business and I have 7 evenings to spend. What are some good places you would recommend? Any local specialties? What is there to do after hours? How's the nightlife?
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I'm in Regina for a week for business and I have 7 evenings to spend. What are some good places you would recommend? Any local specialties? What is there to do after hours? How's the nightlife?
I wouldn't get your hopes up for any kind of spectacular night life or downtown experiences if I were you. Regina is just a small city of less than 200,000 people, so your options are not all that large. I'm sure some of the locals can points out a few decent restaurants and pubs though. My buddy used to live in Regina and mentioned a couple of decent haunts around the city, but just not at the same level with major cities. Where are you from?
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the cottage south albert.... fantastic
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I wouldn't get your hopes up for any kind of spectacular night life or downtown experiences if I were you. Regina is just a small city of less than 200,000 people, so your options are not all that large. I'm sure some of the locals can points out a few decent restaurants and pubs though. My buddy used to live in Regina and mentioned a couple of decent haunts around the city, but just not at the same level with major cities. Where are you from?
If you aren't familiar with Regina, then why are you giving advice?
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Old Posted Oct 31, 2008, 6:08 AM
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If you aren't familiar with Regina, then why are you giving advice?
It makes people feel all "big city" to mock smaller centres, particularly when their own city takes a lot of flack from others...cough "Deadmonton" cough.
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Rooftop Bar & Grill. It's a new joint, and you actually get to eat on the roof!
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where is it?
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where is it?
i tought it was McDonald's

Just Kidding
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for years it was Houston Pizza on Hill Ave...it was the best Pizza in Canada IMO, but the last time i went there the pizza was not that great...just a trace of tomato sauce....not good

new management? different cooks??
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2009, 3:19 AM
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I wouldn't get your hopes up for any kind of spectacular night life or downtown experiences if I were you. Regina is just a small city of less than 200,000 people, so your options are not all that large. I'm sure some of the locals can points out a few decent restaurants and pubs though. My buddy used to live in Regina and mentioned a couple of decent haunts around the city, but just not at the same level with major cities. Where are you from?
yeah so what..why talk stupid?

ps

Calgary is an awesome city...cant say the same for Edmonton.

ok i see he is "BANNED"
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I am not sure of the name...

.. but I have always enjoyed the Lakeshore on Hillsdale. < I believe thats it>

Its a nice quite restaurant with good food.. also a stones throw from the Centre of the Arts.


I have also enjoyed many casual evenings at Western Pizza... and of course Triffons is great.
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2009, 11:24 PM
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I wouldn't get your hopes up for any kind of spectacular night life or downtown experiences if I were you. Regina is just a small city of less than 200,000 people, so your options are not all that large. I'm sure some of the locals can points out a few decent restaurants and pubs though. My buddy used to live in Regina and mentioned a couple of decent haunts around the city, but just not at the same level with major cities. Where are you from?
is this guy serious?

btw, wtf does regina have a chilis and winnipeg doesnt?? does anyone know why?, ive only been there a couple of times (once in minneapolis and fargo), even regina has chucke cheese...


heres a whole list of rated regina resturants - not sure if anyof them are actually any good though
http://www.restaurantica.com/sk/regina/
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