Dining Options On Campus & Menus

The choice is yours

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has plenty of dining options to fuel your body and mind. Cafeterias in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon offer hearty soups, healthy salads, home-style pizza and a variety of comfort foods. Each serves fresh sandwiches, baking, breakfasts, hot lunch specials, desserts and grab-and-go snacks daily. 

Each campus offers food services with a variety of healthy food choices. Services are available during the school year, from approximately September until June. Vending machines are also available with snacks and beverages.

Student lounge areas offer an opportunity for students to eat, relax, study or connect in a comfortable setting. The lounge features access to free Wi-Fi. All on-campus dining venues are available for catered functions. See catering for more information.

Saskatoon Campus, Idylwyld Dr.

  • 2nd Year Coffee Shop Project (le Bistro)Second year Food & Nutrition Management students and instructor Chef Jason Straker will open their cafe in our Bistro for breakfast, coffee and lunch from March 28 to May 23.  Featuring traditional bacon/sausage or ham & eggs, wraps, a daily special and more.  
    Breakfast 9 – 10 a.m. - Coffee 10 – 11 a.m. - Lunch 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

  • Balance (Corner Café)
    This lunch-time restaurant is operated by our Culinary Arts II students under the direction of Chef Sheldon Wishlow. Look for healthy and nutritious dishes, prepared from fresh ingredients with a balance of healthy fats, sodium, carbohydrates and lean proteins in nutritionally-appropriate portion sizes. New this year is a dessert menu.  We are able to accommodate most diet restrictions with advance notice. March 22, 25, 26, 27,28 and 29. Reservations preferred at 306-659-4057. Check out the menu.

  • Breakfast Cantina (Cafeteria)
    Breakfast in the cafeteria with Chef Steve Driver and Culinary Arts Yr I students are offering a new breakfast lineup in the cafeteria.  There will be eggs any style, fresh made omelettes with your choice of ingredients prepared right in front of you.  Featuring daily elaborate specials. 
    Breakfast starts 7:30 – 10 a.m. in the cafeteria:  Eat in or to go!
    September 28; October 1-5, 16 - 19, 22, 23, 31; November 1, 2, 5, 6, 7

  • Cafeteria (Campus Fare in room 137)
    Offers meals, snacks and premium Arabica coffee. Take advantage of our coffee card rewards program. purchase nine coffees, get one free. Our coffee selection includes Canterbury Signature Coffee, Ceilo, a Kona blend cultivated on the Big Island of Hawaii, Columbian Donut Shop and Spirit Bear, a full-bodied medium roast, organic and fair trade.  Open Monday to Friday - 7:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.  Check out the weekly menu

  • Campus Chefs at Night (Corner Cafe)
    Our ever popular Campus Chefs at Night is returning for evening dining in this year’s third semester.  Dinner is prepared by first year students of the Culinary Arts program under the direction of instructor Chef Steve Driver.
    Reservations times 5:30 – 7 pm, January 25, 28-31; February 1, 11-13, 21, 22, 25; March 5-8, 11, 12
    Reservations available from  hospitality@saskpolytech.ca  Call 306 659-4057

  • Catering
    Culinary Arts II students under the guidance of instructor Chef Kevin Soloski have a couple dates available to book your own private evening event with their Catering & Special Events Planning class.  A great way to celebrate something special.
    November 23 Corner Café 3 -10 p.m. (Booked – Westjet Christmas party)
    December 13 Corner Café 3 -10 p.m. (Available)
    January 18 Corner Café 3 -10 p.m. (Available)
    Contact Chef Soloski at 306-659-4429 for information.

  • Corner Café (formerly Dining Room in room 133.1)
    This versatile, 90-seat space offers a variety of dining experiences, from formal four-course meals one week to short-order favorites the next. It features a selection of fine wines and full bar service available at various times throughout the academic year.

  • Fast Andy's Short Order (le Bistro)
    Open for breakfast and lunch in the Bistro, our Culinary Arts II students and instructor Chef Andrew Dahl, serving fresh made food with an emphasis on quick service.  Eat in or take out!  First Come, First Served
    September 27 & 28; October 1-5, 9-12, 15-19, 22-14, 26, 29-31; November 1, 2, 5-8

  • Food Truck Caravan (Cafeteria)
    Join the 1st year Culinary Students and chef instructor Andrew Dahl, as they replicate numerous food truck themes at a number of stations for lunch service in the cafeteria.  Hot, fresh and a new menu each day!  Custom poutines, grilled sandwiches, milkshakes and more!
    March 18-22, 25-29; April 1-5, 8-12, 15-17, 23-26, 29 & 30; May 1

  • Henry's Coffee Shop
    Offering coffee, soups, sandwiches, hot dogs and snacks, run by the Students' Association.  Henri’s also has pool, foosball and television.
    Open Mondays to Thursdays - 7 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.  Fridays - 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

  • Game Buffets (Corner Cafe)
    Featuring game, a seafood display, etc., our students will create two buffets with very different presentations in competition each evening with you picking the winning buffet!  Doors open 5:30 p.m., buffet at 6 p.m. in the Corner Café. March 27, April 11, April 30
    Tickets $34 (plus tax) and are available from hospitality@saskpolytech.ca Call 306 659-4057

  • Indigenous Bill of Fare (Corner Cafe)
    Join our Culinary Arts II students and instructor Chef Michael Beaule for an evening dinner featuring indigenous cuisine.
    Tickets $45 (plus tax) and are available from hospitality@saskpolytech.ca Call 306 659-4057

  • le Bistro
    First year Food & Nutrition Management and Hotel & Restaurant Management students along with instructors Sheldene Matyczuk and Chef Rick Cole will open the Bistro for breakfast, coffee and lunch.
    Open for breakfast from 9 – 10 a.m.   Coffee 10– 11 a.m.   Open for lunch from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    Jan 8 for lunch - Jan 18 (closed after breakfast)     Jan 22 for lunch – Feb 1 (closed after breakfast)
    Feb 5 for lunch – Feb 15 (closed after breakfast)     Feb 26 for lunch – Mar 8

  • Lunch Buffets (Cafeteria)
    Themed Lunch Buffets. Offered by our Hotel & Restaurant Management program.  Instructors Chef Jason Straker and Michael van Grondelle and their students.
    January 17 and 31, February 14, March 17   Open 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

  • Market Table (Cafeteria)
    Culinary Arts program under the guidance of Instructor Chef Kevin Soloski.  It will offer assorted salads, fruits, vegetables and hot or cold meats on a one-pass line in the cafeteria on the following dates:  March 21, April 5, April 24

  • Modernist Night of Dining (Corner Cafe)
    Instructor Chefs Michael Beaule and Kevin Soloski and their Culinary Arts year two students are creating five course dinners on several evenings.  Dishes are created using the many different philosophies of Chefs today.  Look for different menus each rotation.
    Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m.
    Mexico - October 3, 4, 5 (menu 1)
    Peru - October 19, 22, 23 (menu 2)
    Brazil - November 5, 6, 7 (menu 3)
    Tickets $45 (plus tax) and are available from hospitality@saskpolytech.ca Call 306 659-4057

  • Spring Warm Up (Corner Cafe) 
    Chef Steve Driver and Culinary Arts Yr II students will be creating “five” course dinners designed to welcome SPRING! Following a black box format for their Advanced Meat Cooking class, students will be creating their high-end courses using set ingredients. 
    Door open 5:30 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m. March 21, April 5, April 24
    Tickets $38 (plus tax) and are available from hospitality@saskpolytech.ca Call 306 659-4057

  • Student Made Market Deli (Corner Cafe)
    Culinary Arts II students and instructor Chef Michael Beaule, will offer small bites, a salad bar and hot menu items utilizing “in-house” crafted items, student made bacon and sausages and more. Open from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 
    Tickets $12.95 (plus tax) and are available from hospitality@saskpolytech.ca Call 306 659-4057

  • Wine & Dine (Corner Cafe)
    Presented by the Hotel & Restaurant Management year two students, Chef Rick Cole and instructor Sheldene Matyczuk will be returning in the spring offering a full service licensed formal dining room
    Reservations will be accepted beginning March 1, 2019 at wineanddine@saskpolytech.ca.  
    Wine & Dine will be open April 3, 5, 10-12, 17, 18, 24, 26; May 1-3, 8, 9 and their buffet on May 10.

  • World Cuisine Buffets (Corner Cafe)
    Our ever popular World Cuisine lunch buffets are returning.  These are offered by our second year students in the Culinary Arts program under the direction of instructor Chef Kevin Soloski.  Open in the Corner Café from 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. More details regarding price and themes will be released closer to the events.  
    Tickets are limited.  February 1, February 26, March 13

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Moose Jaw Campus

  • Cafeteria offers meals and snacks
    Open Monday to Thursday - 7:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Friday 7:00 a.m - 3:00pm
    Check out the weekly menu
  • Taco in a Bag Thursdays

We offer premium Arabica coffee from Canterbury Coffee Service, a Canadian coffee roasting company. Take advantage of our coffee card rewards program. When you purchase nine coffees, get one free. Our coffee selection includes:

  • Ceilo - a Kona blend cultivated on the Big Island of Hawaii
  • Donut Shop

 

  • The Other Side Café (Located beside the Main Cafetria)
  • Open Monday to Thursday - 11:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    Check out the menu  

 

  • Macoun Lounge
  • This space is available to book for functions and events.

  • Rose’s Cantina
    Adjoining the cafeteria, the cantina features made-to-order burgers and sandwiches prepared by students in the Professional Cooking program. 

  • Sarah’s Dining Room
    This multi-purpose, 70-seat eatery has a variety of offerings, from quick buffet lunches to more leisurely evening meals.

Prince Albert Campus, Technical Building

  • Cafeteria offers meals and snacks
    Open Monday to Friday - 7:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.

Check out the Weekly Menu

We offer premium Arabica coffee from Canterbury Coffee Service, a Canadian coffee roasting company. Take advantage of our coffee card rewards program. When you purchase nine coffees, get one free. Our coffee selection includes:

  • Canterbury Signature - a dark French roast
  • Ceilo - a Kona blend cultivated on the Big Island of Hawaii
  • Columbian
  • Donut Shop
  • Spirit Bear - a full-bodied medium roast that is organic and fair trade
  • Our Place Dining Room
    With seating for 70, Our Place provides casual fare and three- and four-course meals, depending on the students’ program. Open Tuesday to Friday starting September 11 to November 29. Breakfast 8 to 10:30 a.m. Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch buffets on Fridays. For reservations call 306-765-1656.     

Regina Campus

  • Chartwells Café - Level 1 on main campus
    Where Hungry Minds Gather.
    We have a wide variety of snacks and bakery items. Traditional and ethnic dishes are featured, as well as low-fat and vegetarian options. You will also find our soup station, Chop'd & Wrap'd, Trattoria, On The Go, The Grill and Tim Hortons Express Stations available to serve you. New specials daily!

    Monday to Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Friday - 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Saturday - 8:00 a.m. - 2:00.p.m
    Closed holiday weekends

  • Parkway location
    Offerings:  Snacks and baked goods, On The Go, soup of the day, Van Houte's specialty coffees, teas and hot chocolates.

    Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Hours of operation are subject to change 

  • Impressions Catering
    Catering made easy! Please check our online ordering system.

    Contact Lynda.Patterson@Compass-Canada.com for customized orders. We request 48 hours' notice for orders, to ensure product quality and selection. Minimum orders may apply to certain items.

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