Local food lovers know where you should eat next. Kelowna’s growing culinary scene offers up something for everyone. From delicate sweets, to hand-formed burgers, dine to discover some of Kelowna’s most delectable dishes.  

Okanagan Grocers Artisan Bakery: Croissants


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On a Saturday morning (any morning) there may be no better way to start the day than a light as air croissant. In Kelowna, Okanagan Grocers has you covered. Their Bernard Callebaut chocolate croissants, with its rich filling and flaky shell, are the stuff food dreams are made of.

Bohemian Café: Blueberry Pancakes


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The Boh is known for fresh, locally sourced comfort food that is unfussy and delicious. Their locally famous whole wheat blueberry pancakes are light and fluffy, with a tart-sweet bite. From pancakes, to house-made sausage, bennies and salsa fresca stuffed avocados, this eclectic room is the epitome of Sunday brunch downtown.

Central Kitchen + Bar: Burgers


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Loved for their ‘pub’ favourites with a spin, Central elevates everything they do; like their in-house-made ketchup and sauces. Their burger lineup is no exception. The Signature is a classic done right with twists like pickled onions and house-smoked tomato. Keep an eye out for their local celebrity-inspired burger features.

Broken Anchor: Fish & Chips


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Taking up a small corner of Codfather's Seafood Market, Broken Anchor serves up sustainable seafood which is light, fresh and delectable. Locals flock to the restaurant for fish tacos, clam chowder, and boxes of fish and chips. From west coast halibut, wild BC salmon, and Pacific grey cod as options for your fish and chips you a see just why Broken Anchor is a favourite among locals.

Wasabi Izakaya: Ramen


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Ramen is having a food moment. No longer reserved for studying students, ramen is for everyone. Wasabi Izakaya is Okanagan inspired Japanese cuisine that’s raising the bar for local ramen lovers. Topping the menu of diverse share plates (izakaya) is piping bowls of hand-made noodles and stock topped with tuna stacks, tempura prawns or confit chicken.