I’ve been fortunate enough to embark on an epic culinary experience, not once or twice but three times at Golf’s Restaurant. From the appetizers to the dessert, I could not find fault with the presentation, quality, or level of service. Staff here really know their steak, and especially have the timing down to an art when it comes to bring out each dish. Be prepared to spend upwards of $60+ per person but it’s well worth it.
If you’ve never been to Saskatchewan (like me!) it’s easy to think of this Canadian province as prairies and nothing else, however, this really isn’t the case! Yes, Saskatchewan grows a large proportion of Canada’s wheat, but even so, agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting together only actually account for less than 7% of the province’s GDP, so there’s more going on here than farming! While looking into what Saskatchewan offers I’ve come up with the top 5 places I’d like to visit in the province. Saskatoon – Saskatchewan’s largest city is nicknamed The City of Bridges because of the numerous […]
Originally known as ‘Pile ‘o Bones’ after the heaps of buffalo bones left by First Nations hunters, the city of Regina was renamed Regina (latin for Queen) after Queen Victoria, and is known today as Canada’s Queen City The Legislative Building in Regina is the largest in Canada, and its architecture reflects that of the English Renaissance Take a ferry boat across to Willow Island in Wascana Park, where you can have a delightful summer picnic on the grass The University of Regina is home to 13,000 full and part-time students Regina is the largest city closest to the geographical […]