First thing in the morning we decided to check out a cafe that is located in the iconic Hotel Saskachewan in downtown Regina. When we arrived it was busy, but to our surprise it is super small. We were excited to walk around this historic hotel.

The Interior

It is a very small location with only enough tables for eight people and it has a large bar on the right hand side of the shop. They have a limited selection of food options and drinks which is really nice, it wasn’t hard to decide what to have.

The Drinks

Once we took a look at their limited menu we decided on a couple drinks.

I ordered a Flat White for $4.50 and it was really good and flavourful. Which was really nice since sometimes it is a harder drink to make. They were serving Phil & Seb coffee. 

My wife ordered the Very Berry Smoothie for $6.75 and it was delicious. They made it with apple juice instead of orange which didn’t change anything. It was nice to see that the barista selected each strawberry individually for the drink. Such great care in making the drink.

My daughter ordered a Domo London Fog for $4.50 and it was really good with great flavour. It is made with a powder mixed with milk instead of a tea bag. She said she got all the same flavours as you would if you made it with a tea bag.

The Service

The barista was very friendly and inviting. My wife talked to the front desk person in the hotel about the ghost stories in the hotel, he said that you never hear the same story twice which is a strong belief that the hotel is haunted to some extent. 

The Hours

Monday to Friday – 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Saturday to Sunday – 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM


There is parking across the street in front of Victoria Park and today it was free but during the week you do have to pay for parking.

Last Words

This is a really cool location and would recommend anyone to check it out and have a drink at this independent cafe. 

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